wii dad gamer dad

8 Ways To Justify Letting Your Kids Play Video Games

Posted by | Feature | No Comments

When you become a parent, you have to get used to being judged. You’ll be judged by friends and family, by other parents, and by total strangers. And one of the things you’ll be judged for is letting your kids play video games. If you play games yourself, you may already know how great video games can be—for learning, for socializing, and for having fun. But people who don’t play video games don’t understand any of this. When you run into misinformation, it may be up to you as a well-informed parent to tell them where they went wrong. Here here are eight ideas to get you started.  Read More

evolution of a gamer

The Evolution of a Gamer From a Brother’s Perspective

Posted by | Opinion | No Comments

I can still remember the first time my sister asked me to play games.

On any random night, I could be found in my room playing whatever game had caught my attention. That night, it was Halo. Too busy blowing up aliens and saving the universe, I didn’t notice that my sister had snuck into my room. She was prone to exploring everywhere, as is any young child, but usually knew to not watch when violent games were being played. Despite my warnings, however, she watched, and with that began her ever-growing fascination with video games. Read More

PvZ playing plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare learning gaming

Gaming With the Moms Podcast #18: Something Is on Fire

Posted by | News, Podcasts | No Comments

Check Out Technology Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Gaming With The Moms on BlogTalkRadio

Nicole, Linda, and Simone are joined this week by funny writer and mom Meredith Bland. She has 7-year-old twins who teach her how to play video games so she can write her regular column for Pixelkin, The Tech-Less Mom.  You can also find her hilarious writing on Pile of Babies, The Football Girl, The Stir, She Knows, Parent Map, and more. We have a lot of fun this week!

Read More