We've cracked B's computer addiction I hope, for the moment. I would rather the children watch a program like Dora, or Odd Squad rather than surf the internet. I think it's important for them to experience a polished product that went through multiple layers of production. It's been a few days since B has been sneaking onto the computer to watch Ryan's Toy Review or play games. I don't even mind if he plays games if it is during the time of day we play games at and he has permission.
It is fun to give B treats. Recently he asked P for some brownie. He said "Can I have a brownie, my mouth doesn't have any food in it."