Beware fGen is coming! Be prepared: 1. Establish clear but firm limits, 2. Have a designated “fire room” in your dwelling, 3. Watch for changes and communicate concerns, 4. Commit to non-fire family time
An important guide, with useful tips, for parents concerned about kids’ addiction to new tech
Limiting your child’s fire time: A guide for concerned Palaeolithic parents
I really like this
Everything you need to know about today’s digital screen time moral panic.👇
For those of us who encourage parents to put limits on social media use, this essay from the Paleolithic era is a good reminder to keep a sense of humor
Limiting Your Child’s Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents
Limiting Your Child’s Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents
This is utterly brilliant
Limiting Your Child’s Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents
“Sure, it’s made our lives easier, our survival likelier, and will probably lead to the greatest evolutionary paradigm shift in human history. But it’s also dangerous, destructive, and, yes, possibly infested with demonic forces that wish us ill.”
Limiting your child’s fire time: a guide for concerned Paleolithic parents via
‘There’s no end to the fun you can have when you put your significantly-larger-than-a-chimpanzee’s mind to it!’ Timely advice from
😂😂😂This is brilliant 🔥🔥🔥 #peakpaleoparent
Limiting your child's fire time: a guide for paleolithic parents (ht )
OMG. this is everything i have ever wanted to say about kids being addicted to technology 'these days', with bonus take on H. Erectus parenting techniques...
Limiting Your Child’s Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents
Forget not this instant parenting classic from 2018 (or was it about 400,000 BC?): "Limiting Your Child's Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents" by
You -- the collective you -- will love this
The perennial problem of kids obsessed with technology
"Limiting Your Child's Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents | The New Yorker" ( )
》According to the most recent cave drawings, children nowadays are using fire more than ever before. And it’s no wonder: fire has many wonderful applications,...
Is your child addicted to fire? A handy guide for Paleolithic parents on how to limit fire time, and create quality non-fire family spaces.
LIMIT YOUR CHILDREN’S FIRE TIME: “Fire is nice, but there’s a time and a place for it. So institute specific fire-watching times, and stick to them. After dinner, when the fire is lit, anyway, is one good option, as well as early in the morning, when a...
Limiting Your Child’s Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents
Limiting Your Child’s Fire Time: A Guide for Concerned Paleolithic Parents