My son is 18 months old and has recently started showing an interest in the TV. I admit, I am letting him watch Cebeeies a little, usually just in the evenings after dinner when we are both tired (I am pregnant and have no help with him during the week) Am I wrong to let him watch TV? It’s not like he’s watching it all day. In fact, we are usually out for most of the day at various music groups, playgroups, Tumble Tots, visiting grandparents etc and activities that keep him very active and stimulated. Did you/ do you let your toddler watch TV? If so, how much. After looking around, I learned — My 13 month old daughter watches probably an hour or less of tv a day. She watches In The Night Garden, Playschool and Sesame Street in the morning while she wakes up and has her breakfast and she watches The Simpsons with her Daddy at night before she settles down and has her bath and bottle for bed. My TV is on all day long but we rarely sit and watch it every now and then something will grab her attention and she will sit and watch for a little while but only for a minute or2. I think there is a difference between sitting your children infront of the TV all day long and using it as a babysitter of sorts and letting them watch it as a form of entertainment for a little while a day.
This might be too much simulation for me. What if you watch this review on a TV, while watching me play a game on MY TV, about a TV watching simulator. That . . .