When juggling work emails, cooking dinner and running their households, parents are increasingly relying on electronic devices to get their tasks done and to distract their often bored children.
Arizona State University alumnus Jason Plotch said he developed a habit of distracting his young daughter with an iPad.
“We were using it as a crutch at first,” he told The Arizona Republic.
However, he realized Natalie, now 7, was developing a slight addiction to the technology.
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