In the living room, sitting side-by-side with the Mister, I noticed he was enraptured by his smart phone. I remarked that studies had shown infants (whose parents were always checking in digitally) weren’t developing language skills, emotional recognition, or social bonds as quickly as previous generations; because their parents weren’t looking them in the face. If you are thinking that was an extremely subtle (cough) nudge or shove for some realtime attention you’d be right. And this is why he’s […]
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