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Kids and Social Networks

I have a Kik account for one reason and one reason only; To chat with my son. He’ll be thirteen this year and right now I’ve only allowed him to have an instagram account. He’s not allowed on facebook or twitter, but he uses Kik on his ipod to chat with friends. I wouldn’t have heard of Kik if it hadn’t been for him and that scared me. It’s hard to keep up with teens these days. They’re using apps like Snap Chat to socialize. They want to be where parents aren’t. Social networks keep popping up and it’s getting more and more difficult to be in the know. Enter iParent.tv.

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About Desirai Labrada


Graphic & Web Designer, Gamer, Technology Enthusiast, educator, Bride from the 2009 Halo themed wedding, and also mommy to a smart ass teenage boy.

  • MrsSweatheifer

    I really like that they have input from kids and game reviews. I’m not as concerned with my 18 year old son, but this would help out a lot with my four year old!

    • Marcia Webb

      Your four-year-old uses social media?

      • MrsSweatheifer

        No, that would be silly! But he does play games on apps. And I think he knows the iPad better than me sometimes.

  • Marcia Webb

    I almost don’t want to know what my teenage daughter is up to on social media sites lol.

  • Carrie Bland

    I think this service is great. This is exactly why I don’t allow my children access to ANYTHING until I’ve researched it first. They get so upset with me because they aren’t allowed to play on the same apps as some of their friends, but I just explain to them that some apps aren’t safe. It actually makes me really sad that all parents aren’t as careful with what their children are exposed to as I am.

  • Indy Pms Indecisive

    My son is 13 years old and I monitor or at least try to monitor all his social items. He uses MY Apple ID account so he can’t DL anything without ME imputing my password and then I make him sit with me for a little bit to make sure he doesn’t DL anything else. Besides that, if he does, it also puts it on my phone, so it’s a win win for me. Anyways, love you ladies! <3

  • Christey Krause-Nichols

    I am currently dealing with this with a 17 year old AND a 13 year old. Found out what Kik was the hard way….