What do my screen free kids do with their time? An afternoon in the life...
Adrian made jam, practically by himself, from the rhubarb he picked, chopped and froze last year.
Audra has been making some very interesting bouquets. Each room looks mighty cheerful.
And then we have mother hen, with all of her children she totes around. She also spends a lot of time putting random things in and taking things out of the guinea pig cages too.
Although raising them differently compared to the world has been our intentional choice, I still sometimes question everything I do. Did I make the right choice? Is now the time I do more with screens? Will they be at a disadvantage compared to their peers? I question myself until I look back on the pictures I have taken and the writings I have recorded in this blog space. I can say with conviction that screen free has been the best choice for our family and it's the way we will carry on. They can catch up on the screens later on, right now they are busy living their best childhood. I don't think they will be sorry.
I couldn't agree more. They will "catch up" in no time, if need be. They are compassionate, productive citizens, learning valuable lifelong skills. What could be better than that?ReplyDelete