…because apparently my 13 year old homeschooler saw no big issue with skipping her two small assignments, and studying for a test, in order to get on the PS3 and play video games with her dad (who is 4 hours away).
I asked him if he was aware that she did not do her homework and he said no he was not; he asked and she told him it was done already.
Yep, you should ALWAYS believe what the teenager tells you when you ask a question.
And this, my friends, is why I am grateful he only sees them once a year. Now I just have to do something about the daily contact, and obvious bad influence, he is having on them.
Technology is not always a blessing; sometimes it is a curse!
My children are watching videos of people playing video games.
People playing video games!
Oh my goodness. If it wasn’t snowing and 20 degrees out, I would chuck them all out the front door and make them go to the park.
Yes, I know they could be reading books, doing crafts, etc. etc.
Honestly, I have been having a week. And they are being quiet. And I need quiet. So they can watch videos of people playing video games.
So tomorrow I will put a stop to what has to be the laziest thing possible to ever do; watch others play video games.
Honestly, I still can’t believe it…people recording themselves playing their video games, and others watching it. I would rather they played the games themselves. At least they would be doing something.