I wrote a few months back about how I resolved our issues with the PS3 by getting rid of it. I traded everything in and was able to use all the credit to get a Playstation Vita.
The Vita is basically a very portable PS3, about the size of the now outdated PSP. This allowed me to still play games without the kids fighting over the PS3 controller.
Anyway, I’m very careful with my things, partly because I only really have the PS Vita left. Everything else have been sold over the years to cover expenses. I also like to keep my things looking new.
My kids, as much as I love them, are not gentle with their things.
Because the Vita is the only outlet that I really have left, as far as material things go, I tend to keep it to myself.
However, I can’t expect to teach my kids that they need to share, if Daddy isn’t leading by example. So I have decided, even though it really stresses me out, I’m going to share my precious PS Vita with my boys.
Hopefully, this will be a learning experience for me and a better example for my boys. 🙂
**Thanks for reading**
-Lost and Tired
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