I think about the number of times I have thoughtlessly handed over my phone to my son. Normally, I think about the amount of screen time he has had that day and his overall behavior, but I rarely think about the fact that I am handing over an expensive piece of equipment to a child.
And, I am sure that many parents don't think about it either, which is why this study on parents spending around $2.8 billion to replace broke... is an eye-opener.
I have a very strong case around my phone since I am apt to occasionally hand it over to my son, but I like their additional rules:
My phone has been damage-free so far (knock on wood). What has been the most expensive piece of equipment you've had to replace because of child's play?