Monday, March 9, 2009

Becoming a Digital Mom...and Dad

This morning the Today Show kicked off a series spotlighting "Digital Moms." Laura Fortner from CafeMom.com and mommy blogger Heather Armstrong, of Dooce.com, discuss how technology can help ease moms' busy lives.



Here are the 10 ways to become a digital mom: use the right phone, keep your hands free, spend less time organizing photos, devise a system for making and sharing cute videos, back up your memories before your hard drive crashes, organize your home and your life, control TV viewing, use the web to stay safe, get a video baby monitor and do research and get advice from moms online. Click here for the full story.

And Today isn't forgetting about dads. Here are 10 ways to become a digital dad.

1 comment:

anas said...

Hello to fatherhood 2.0. I'm a digital dad and not really sure if there are dads like myself. I actually spend at least 4 hours daily with my 10 months old baby girl sitting in my lap while I actually do programming. She actually likes it and she is usually taken by all the letter appearing on the screen. I just hope that this practice will not hurt her eyes.