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This is a sticky issue to navigate as a parent. Constantly being cognizant that every thing we do is being observed, that we are setting an example (at least until they choose their own path), it makes those momentary electronic indulgences appear less attractive.

Not that I don't have to occasionally confiscate a device or two from the spouse.

It's so hard. We cannot shield the kids from never touching electronics, but we try to keep them and us present. In the real world.

I admit that I've done almost an entire grocery purchase on my cell before. It was a call that I needed to take. And my cashier (my favorite one at my grocer) said she understood.

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