ANDERSON, Ind. —
"Without distraction, parents can usually pay more undivided attention to their children. This frees parents up to be more playful, to be more tuned into their child's needs and desires and to build great memories because their time and energy are focused on one another instead of outside distractions," she said.
Okay, so now it's time to turn off the computers (both of them), store my iPhone and hit the road.
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