Spying on your kids used to be so much easier. There were only a handful of easy ways to covertly check up on your child, including picking up the other phone while they gabbed with a friend or reading their diary while they were at soccer practice.
But as technology continually evolves, strangers have more access to our kids than ever before. With these advances, there have been new concerns for parents as well as new opportunities to keep tabs on kiddos.
Still, some parents wonder: Should you be spying on your kids? The short answer: yes, but within reason and not secretly. We interviewed childcare experts and reviewed some funny spying stories from parents to bring you the latest on why you should and shouldn't spy on your kids.