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Parental Controls Go Wireless Sep. 7th, 2007 @ 03:26 pm
ngt826
With school back in session, it’s a great time to check out AT&T’s new Smart Limits for Wireless service. Parents can set monthly usage and spending limits, decide when a child’s cell phone can make and receive calls, and place restrictions on text messages, talk time, and downloads.
According to research firm The Yankee Group, 72 percent of children ages 13 to 17 now carry mobile phones. Smart Limits for Wireless is a great way to offer parents peace of mind and help ensure that these children are working within a budget and using their mobile devices safely and reasonably.

For more information visit http://www.att.com/gen/press-room?pid=9122

AT&T offers new parental controls with AT&T Smart Limits Feb. 13th, 2007 @ 12:08 pm
ngt826
I thought you might be interested in a new service for parents of young children. AT&T Smart Limits is a new all inclusive service offering parents a variety of controls to keep their kids safe. AT&T Smart Limits has industry-leading parental controls across its wireless, home phone, internet and TV services available today.

This innovative service is designed to provide parental controls across key services all in one place. We welcome parents to click here to learn more about parental controls and media: http://clickthat2006.com/attsmartlimits/consumer_landing.asp .

NGT826
On behalf of AT&T

Many thanks! Dec. 20th, 2006 @ 03:38 pm
nekosensei
Many thanks to those of you who filled out my surveys on Baby Sign Language and on Spoken English. My project was a success. I have posted my paper for those of you who are interested. Thanks again!

Poll on First Language Acquisition Nov. 30th, 2006 @ 10:57 pm
nekosensei
I'm working on a project for my linguistics class, and I'm wondering if anybody out there would be willing to help me out. If you have children that have already learned how to talk, can you follow the links over to my journal to take a poll?

The first poll is for parents who have taught their children spoken English only.

The second poll is for parents who have taught their children spoken English and baby sign language

I sincerely appreciate your help with this.

Crossposted.
Current Mood: hopefulhopeful

introduction time... Oct. 31st, 2006 @ 09:41 pm
redleatherbound
Hello all!

Thought I’d take a quick moment to introduce myself to the community…  

My name is Craig and I’m from Long Island. My wife and I are expecting our first in May. I am a database developer as well as a project archivist, and have done some freelance work for both. When I’m not insane from work, I’m a big time reader, love spending relaxing time outdoors during beach season, and listen to some eclectic types of music. I’m pretty open about my life, so feel free to ask anything you want. I’m sure I’ll have some questions as various issues come up during the pregnancy and during our baby’s first few months, but I just wanted to say hello and make a few friends along the way…
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I noticed today that we have two new members to the community. Why don't you two introduce yourselves and let us know what your story is?
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This forum is designed for current fathers and fathers-to-be. This journal is primarily designed to be a sounding board, support group, and stress reliever for fathers. I recently was blessed by the birth of my first son, Gavin, and was moved to start this community to share and gain insight and observations on parenting with other men. Please feel free to start your conversations any way you wish. We value unique ideas and humor as much as time-tested parenting technique!
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