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Earlier this year, the Independent published an article stating that children under 2 years old spend on average of 3 hours A DAY in front of a smart device.

This makes for very interesting reading – the impact that this has on their behavior and attitude towards everyday tasks. Using data from the Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development (CHILD) study, the scientists assessed information gathered from almost 2,500 five-year-old children and their families.

Is bedtime reading becoming a thing of the past?

Adapting to the ever-changing landscape of technology is something we cannot avoid, but this comes at a risk of losing social connection with each other or even between parent and child. By making time for simple routines such as a story at bedtime can help your brain relax and help nourish a child’s imagination.

Read how stories such as Bobby & Morph can help bring back the magic of bedtime reading