Originally Posted by Steve Burke
But why allow your kids to do things that have no up-sides and only down-sides, like game playing. At family gatherings, the kids are like zombies in front of these games.
Once they turn 18, they can play all the games they want.
There is another option. Just don't buy any games for it. That would be another great life lesson too. Just because it can, doesn't mean that it's going to.
Besides who runs your house, you or your kids?
Thankfully, I don't have any. And I know games can be quite addictive. I'm still playing Q2, in between sneaking looks at AVS.....
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