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Posted on: September 23, 2014
26% of parents say they’ve used media as a distraction when with their children and we know that our own smartphone use may be changing who we are as parents. No question I get cranky with my kids if I’m emailing on my phone and they interrupt me. Just one of the unfortunate realities of having work with us now at all […]
Ask KOMO: Window Safety
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