Celebrating Father’s Day with twins.

By: Lillian Doremus

David Hubbard has double trouble with screen time.

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David Hubbard, a leader on our legal team, has twin boys. He’s normally an empathetic and patient man, however his teenage sons sometimes push the envelope and enjoy challenging him. When that happens, limiting time with their coveted wireless devices is often his go-to plan.

Does David feel badly about doing that? Not so much.

Happy Father’s Day -- may it be a day filled with fun and with no need to dole out punishment.

What are some of your parenting tips when it comes to screen time?

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About the author(s):

Lillian Doremus is a member of the Verizon HR Communications team. She highlights workplace culture and employee achievements.

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