I watch tv, not as junk tv but for learning: news, food, etc. Well my little angel 15mo is forced to hear the jingles and is quite familiar. I'm worried that this is setting her up for something not so good. Any advice appreciated on what to do and what you know about tv issues with babies.Answer Question
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Answer by babygirl821 at 6:59 PM on Dec. 14, 2009
I was reading a great book called "Unplug Your Kids: A Parent's Guide to Raising Happy, Active and Well-Adjusted Children in the Digital Age" By David Dutwin. It gives great advice backed up by research for parents of kids of all ages. In general I think the suggestions were 1 hour or less of TV for childern under 3, no TVs in the kid's bedrooms, educational programs especally ones that interact with the kids like Super Why or Dora. If you have the TV on for noise (I did before reading this book) switch to music, we have music channels with our cable TV and they have one especally for toddlers. . .
Answer by chrissmom734 at 11:51 PM on Dec. 15, 2009
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