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Screens, Family, and the Red Sox :: A TV Host’s Take

So there my husband and I sat the other night. Out for some much needed — always needed — time as a twosome. We were enjoying uninterrupted conversation, which is something we rarely get with a rambunctious 1-year-old and an insatiably curious, game-loving 4-year-old by our sides. For example, here’s the current game in our house, played […] The post Screens, Family, and the Red Sox :: A TV Host’s Take appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.
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