4 Valuable Parenting Tips For Non-Tech Savvy Mums

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4 Valuable Parenting Tips For Non-Tech Savvy Mums

Tech & Millennial Mums

Parenting has never been uncomplicated but the predominance of the internet and smartphones has made it more complex for millennial mums.

The kids of millennial’s get their hands on mobile phones, gadgets, software and apps at an early age and become proficient in latest technologies sooner than their predecessors.

They start learning with the help of iPads and apps and bit by bit step into the social media and digital platforms to get introduced to the world.

The things post-millennials are growing up with are entirely different than the things millennial parents had in their childhood.

However, the millennial parents are required to be on top of all these things that have a greater influence on their kids’ lives.

In the digital age, parents are not just required to protect and guide their kids in their real lives but also in their cyber lives.

If you are not familiar with the modern technologies and trends, you would not be able to safeguard your kids from the threats of the online world that are potential enough to destabilise your kids’ mental health and even take their lives.

Even supposing you are proficient in all aspects of parenting, you cannot afford to be one of the non-tech savvy mums to raise the tech-savvy generation.

In this article, we have discussed how non-tech savvy mums can fulfill their parenting responsibilities.

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Start With Learning

Being a mother, it’s important to get your children to learn the things that matter. The same is true for you. You are required to learn what you should no matter what you are in age.

Non-Tech savvy mums it’s time to develop an interest in technologies, apps, games and all those things your children are interested in.

If you are not sure what your kiddo is talking about, take help from the internet to get answers.

If your 5-year-old asks you about Snapchat and you do not know enough about it, take help of Google to know more about it.

Educate yourself about instant messengers, social networking and AR/VR games.

Try out new apps and ask your kids about their new favourites so you can try them out and ensure they are on the right stuff.

Develop Digital Rules

No-one like rules but these can be helpful in creating discipline and live through unbridled technology in a safe way.

Make rules regarding the use of mobile phone, internet and other gadgets to prevent your family from getting addicted to one of these things.

For example, do not allow bringing mobile phones to dining tables; do not allow teens remaining out of home till late in the night; do not permit using mobile phones or social media after a certain time of the day.

It will protect your kids from being social media addicts and waking up at nights with the fear they are missing an important event or chat on social media.

Keep Communication Line Open

Regular discussions can be prolific and encourage kids to share their experiences and sentiments about certain things.

Get your kids learn about the hazards of social media and internet. Tell them how online predators lure children and use them for their evil intentions.

Talk about social media privacies and help them know how they can prevent annoying people from stalking their profiles.

Get them learn how they can use the internet and social media securely and responsibly.

Ask them about their experiences and place open-ended questions like what they would do if they receive a threatening or annoying message from someone.

Make sure they feel comfortable coming to you with each of their problem they face in real or cyber life.

Use Parental Controls

Even if you have talked to your children about responsible online behaviour, it still remains unmanaged how they perform in your absence.

Parental controls help you make the internet safe for your kid and supervise their activities even when you are away.

Use parental control app to track their online and offline activities on mobile phones and computer devices.

You can monitor their internet use and social media happenings and block inappropriate content on the internet.

It will help you protect your teens from cyber bullies, predators and objectionable explicit stuff.

These guidelines can surely help you in raising and protecting your post-millennial’s from the cruelties of the digital world. So, try all of these without wasting the next minute.

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Cassie Parish
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I like to think I’m savvy enough that I can teach my child the dangers of tech and the internet as well as the benefits of it. I’ll admit that technology changes so fast though that there is always something to learn. We can never know too much in my opinion.

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ohmummymia
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I think I’m not so bad with tech but you know never enough information about it:) and parental control is a must! Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time

Tracey Bowden
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Great tips. I fear my daughter is much more tech savvy already than I am and I have a long way to go to catch up with her. #kcacols

Zara Brown
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This is one of the great article about parenting tips and guide, I am totally agree with this article, I think it is informative and helpful post to the all parents specially moms, I really appreciate this article thanks for sharing.

Cynna Gordon
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Thank goodness my husband is extremely tech savvy. I try my best to keep up but I swear my toddler can run her tablet better then I can!