Nicole Kidman, Pink color And more celebrity parents are discovering how to limit their kids’ screen time.
“They don’t have a phone, and I don’t allow them to have an Instagram account,” Kidman said. Vanity gallery In an April 2019 interview with her W Keith UrbanSunday Daughters and Faith.
She’s not alone. Pink, who shares daughter Willow and son Jameson with her husband Carey HartTell today She showed the hosts the following year that her children were not allowed to have a cell phone.
“There’s a bright side and a dark side to technology in general for adults, too. For kids, I’m not there yet,” Pink said. “I have a 10-year-old who doesn’t have a phone, although she pointed out to me yesterday: ‘You know most The kids in my class, fifth grade, have a phone.” “This doesn’t move my needle. I don’t care.”
Penelope Cruz She feels the same way while raising her and her husband Javier BardemSon Leo and daughter Luna.
“I really see this as protecting mental health, but it seems like I’m part of a minority,” Cruz said in December 2021. CBS Sunday Morning. “I feel really bad for teenagers now. It’s almost like that [as] If the scientist is doing some kind of experiment on them. “Oh, let’s see what happens if you expose a 12-year-old to that much technology.”
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