joyner wrote:Yes, indeedy. And I'm glad I did! I would like to block all social networking sites. Get this...you are really going to think I'm mean. I block chat!
Seriously, the liability of these kids on those sites scare me to death. We supposed to keep the little darlings safe.
My kids missed it. It got big when they were in HS.
We all had the same email address for years! I can still check the away message of kids they knew in 5th grade.
But, on vacation, the pre schoolers were on the computer in the lobby all the time.
Webkins. I don;'t know what they were doing. Two of them couldn't even read yet.
That can't be good.
Now, because of Zilla, I have a facebook account. I now know that one niece drinks every weekend. Well, she is in college, but her sister does too, and she is under 18.
They all wised up and don't put any drug stuff on anymore. Some of that is if the college sees a picture and can identify the campus, they come after you.
But they still post stuff.
Like there was a field trip when all the kids who stayed in NYC or home for school drive up to Binghamton (there are 6 of them up in the one school, so it is a good choice to meet up)
They seem to have found a bee hive.
They got a stick. A very long stick...then they poked the hive and watched the bees get mad.
Luckly they stopped before the hive fell or the bees found them.
Getting stung by one bee is not the same as getting stung by the whole hive!
But, school smarts doesn't seem to translate into real world smart.
Especially when you film it and put it online for your mom to see!
WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.