This week has been a battle.
I have been battling against technology.
I hope its not just at my house but it can be exhausting, trying to get your children to do something other than 'Technology'
Today we've been playing out,
today we've made a 'Unique Bird Table'
My son enjoyed using power tools and I still have all my fingers!!!
(You hold the wood Mum and I'll drill it!!)
By the time I was trying to weave in the 'trimmings from the garden' my son had wandered off, waving branches round chatting away about . . . . . well everything!!
Even though we where both absolutely frozen we really enjoyed ourselves.
In a bid to stay away from technology we have also:
Been for a family walk.
Cycled to my Mum & Dads (and cycled back).
Visited the garden centre.
Shopped for bike accessories.
Enjoyed the sun at Beacon Fell.
Ooh and been out for Ice cream.
So am I alone in the battle with technology,
Are other parents not worried about the time children spend on technology?
How much time is OK?
What else can you do on a wet February day?