A mother-of-three is looking for ways to help her baby understand how to use the internet, and how to make friends.
In a series of posts on Facebook, Ms Carr has asked for help with her daughter’s social skills.
She said her daughter, a toddler who was born in November, would start to understand the internet as a toddler and that would eventually allow her to make online friends.
“I am struggling with this.
We have a little girl who has to learn this.
I have had to teach her how to write messages and do this, I have also had to tell her how she can share pictures on social media, but how do I make friends on Facebook?”, she wrote.”
We have all been to the zoo, we have all seen the zoo when we were kids, but what do I do when my child can’t even speak and doesn’t understand why he is on the internet?”
Ms Carr said she did not want her child to be lonely online, and wanted her daughter to be able to connect with people on the other side of the world.
“She is a great social butterfly but I am afraid she will never be a social butterfly at home,” she wrote on Facebook.
“What do I need to teach my daughter? “
What can I do to make sure that she gets the most out of her internet experience?
“What do I need to teach my daughter?
How can I help her find the right person online?
“She has learnt to understand that it is important to be active in the world and to do what is right for everyone,” she said. “
Ms Carr is hoping to see the new-born child “learn about how to look after herself and her family”.”
She has learnt to understand that it is important to be active in the world and to do what is right for everyone,” she said.
Ms Carr is hoping to see the new-born child “learn about how to look after herself and her family”.
Topics:internet-technology,social-media,technology-and-communication,family-andamphibians,internet-culture,family,parents,children,education,world-politics,south-africaFirst posted January 08, 2019 11:05:03Contact Amber NisbetMore stories from South Australia