For several years our daughter has asked periodically for a game system – an Xbox or Play Station – and each time my husband and I firmly said no.We weren’t going to invest the money in an expensive activity that had nothing but downsides – kids sitting bleary eyed in front of the television, attacking characters in some imaginary world. That’s what we saw in every house we visited where these games were played – kids cheering the destruction of another person. But all that changed in February when we went to visit my in-laws who’d recently bought a Wii. We (the other “we”) and our daughters spent a rainy afternoon bowling and playing tennis, laughing all the while and stopping only when we needed to make more popcorn

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