A Warning

As mothers and homemakers, we are responsible for ensuring the safety of our children and homes. In today’s society, it is easy to allow the internet to infiltrate every aspect of our lives. After re-reading this article yesterday, I felt it was prudent to share this article link here. I have read this before and needed a refresher-warning for it is easy to forget and get into the habit of leaving the wifi on at the house.


Dangers of Wifi and How it Affects Your Child’s Brain

If you have children – but really, everyone should take note – please read the following article. We need to be aware of what we are allowing in our homes – not just in the physical and spiritual sense, but also in regards to what will affect our health.



Please read here how to make your home safer.


December 7, 2017 - 9:45 am

Sue Wow! Thank you Gigi for the links to this most important information! I forwarded them to our children who are now grown with their own families. Our son is a P. A. (Physicians Assistant) and even with all his expertise in the area of health and fitness, he was able to grab some jewels from the articles to make some changes for him and his family. Ultimately, we put our whole lives into Jesus care because we live in a corrupt, sin filled world in constant decay. However, God expects us to use wisdom and He will hold us accountable for every choice we make. Let us all pray for wisdom and make the best choices possible!!

December 7, 2017 - 9:38 am

Monica You are so right! We have to constantly remember we are setting an example, for now and for their future. Funny—I teach piano one day a week for a little extra spending money and about a year ago my husband asked if I might would mind paying my cell phone bill. When I saw how much it was and how little I needed it, I asked if it would be alright if I just got rid of it. Haha! But he wants me to have one so he got me a cheaper plan and kept paying for it. 🙂

December 6, 2017 - 1:15 pm

Gigi Monica, I completely agree with you. It is so important for parents to be “be all there” when they are parenting. Limiting our online time is very critical- it will help set a good example as to self control. I, honestly, really-really-really dislike cell phones. I refuse to have one.

December 6, 2017 - 10:49 am

Monica Thanks for sharing. I used to be more careful when cell phones first came out (yes I do remember such a time 😉 ) but have gotten lax over the years, even leaving mine by my bed in case of emergency. I will no longer do that! I will also purpose to keep my phone off and just check it at set times during the day. Honestly, I’m scared for my kids’ generation and phones. For so many more ways than one. Even the generation of young adults. I watched my neighbor load her two small kids in her vehicle, all the while, on her phone, missing their chatter and just the joy of looking into their eyes while restraining them in their car seats. And that may sound like judgement, but overall it just makes me sad. Sad for the generations who will know nothing from birth, but cell phones. And thankful for the grace of God who sends me reminders of what’s really important and how my actions so much affect my children’s lives, present and future! (Sorry that was a light rant—thanks for this information!)