Being a parent or not, that’s not the question here. What people want to know is how to be a good parent. How to teach your kids to walk to school alone, explain that they’re not old enough to get a cell phone, show them the potential risks of the Internet for a child… the list goes on and on. Our wish is to provide parenting advice and support parents along the path of raising their children. Family is essential for us too.
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About the author: Weenect is the geolocation expert for kids and family. We provide a GPS tracker for kids, that helps 5 to 12 year old kids gain autonomy. It allows children to fulfill their need for adventures and parents to be reassured.
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