child privacy


It can be hard to constantly monitor what your child is doing online. If you’re always stressed about your child’s activity, not only is it bad for you, but you could limit your child’s vital learning about how to use important technology. In our increasingly digital world, the more a […]

Four Signs in Kids That Can Indicate Unsafe Online Behavior


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We are happy to report that Kids Email works great with Kindle and Amazon FreeTime! It’s a great way for your kids to have an e-mail and stay connected with friends and family. If you would like your child to have an e-mail account, you can sign up here. We’ve […]

Amazon FreeTime and Kids Email


As technology increases from day to day, the importance of putting together an identity theft protection plan for children is a growing concern. Many parents don’t think they need to worry about their children and their identity information being compromised but statistics prove otherwise. Protecting children of identity theft, is a high […]

Do Your Kids Need An Identity Theft Protection Plan?



This is one of the biggest dilemmas facing modern parents. While we don’t want to see our children glued to a screen and neglecting more traditional activities, it’s important to realize that tablets and devices are a large part of life nowadays. Children use them at school, they see you […]

Why You Should Buy Your Child a Tablet


NetSanity is a parental control that let you protect your kids on Apple iOS and Android devices at home and on the go. We love their product and wanted to share the awesome features it has to keep your kids safe: Parental control for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch & Samsung […]

NetSanity Giveaway





The world of social media surrounds our children. Kids are super curious and when they hear about a new site or tool they want to find out what it’s all about. It can be exciting for a child to enter into a social network. They are going to try things […]

Ask Your Kids Questions About Social Media


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A well-designed search engine for kids will have a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate, appeals to children of all ages and most importantly provides an environment where they can safely surf the internet. Search engines for kids are specifically designed to restrict the results returned from a child’s […]

Safe Search Engines for Kids



My generation is pre-millennial, but just barely.  We’re Generation X.  We were raised with old school Nintendo and note passing during class. Our parents let us explore our neighborhoods and only called us in when it was time for bed.  We were held accountable for disrespectful behavior and only won […]

Parenting in the Digital Age