The parents of two toddlers were sent a video message that had the exact message they’d received on their smart phones.
The children were watching a video about their school and had a text message from their mother.
It was the latest example of the dangers of listening to your kids through a smartphone.
“My kids are getting more and more distracted from reading through their phones,” said Dr. John Pugh, a pediatrician in Los Angeles.
“I think this is a very good example of what you need to do, how to do it properly.
It’s very easy to get distracted by something and get distracted from the thing that’s being said.”
The mother in the video said that she’d been using a different phone for her daughter’s class since September, but that she hadn’t been able to get a good sound out of it.
“We’re all very focused on the reading.
It was very clear that she wasn’t getting a good signal.
So she was watching it on a different device and the phone had gone bad,” Pugh said.
“So she had to take it off and the kids were asking her to take off the headphones.
They were really annoyed.”
The mom told the children that they should turn the device off, and said they were listening to music.
“They had this conversation with me and it was just so clear that it wasn’t what they were looking for,” she said.
The message was sent on September 29 and the mother and child were unaware of it until a few weeks later.
Pugh was concerned that the kids might not have the correct earphones and so decided to take them to the store and try them on.
The mother said the device sounded great.
She and her daughter were both impressed, and she even took the kids to see their grandparents.
Pugh sent a text to the children’s parents saying he would check on the device.
“When I got back to my office, the first thing I said was, ‘I want to talk to you,’ and I had to put on headphones and the kid was staring at me in disbelief,” he said.
“I’ve been working for 10 years and I’ve never had anything like this happen before.”‘
We’re talking about the technology that’s going to be so powerful, they’re going to take over the world and they’re not going to listen’Dr. John Paul Watson, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of California, Davis, said that technology is the key to reducing the number of distracted kids.
“If we don’t have technology that is designed to make children think and respond to each other, we’re talking just as much about technology as about education,” he told Al Jazeera.
“There is a difference between having a smartphone and having a laptop, but we’re not talking about laptops, we are talking about technology.”
In the United States, parents of younger children are often the ones to use technology in their daily lives, and parents should do their best to educate their children to use the technology responsibly.
“Technology is not something you’re going be using every day,” said Watson.
“It’s something you are going to have to use when you need it and when you’re doing something important.”
The technology experts at the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) are working with their parents to help educate their kids about how to use devices responsibly.
The AAP is urging parents to follow these tips:Never use the same device for different tasks and activities.
Do not have your child use an iPad or a smartphone for anything other than reading.
Don’t use the phone while doing work.
Never send text messages, text messages while driving, or text while driving.
If you’re using a smartphone, check your settings to make sure that you can’t see the text messages and photos that are being sent.
If your child has trouble listening to what they’re reading, use headphones.
If headphones don’t work, try talking with the parent and asking them to turn them off.
If the parents don’t understand, ask them to repeat the question and the message.
Ask for the device’s operating system, version number, and if it is compatible with your device.