Last year British parents spent £5.6 billion on gadgets for their children, and with more than a third expecting to spend even more this year what effect is this having on our kids? Are we raising tech-savvy toddlers ready for a computer-filled world or is there a detrimental downside to our constant click and swipe culture?
Consultant adolescent psychiatrist Dr Richard Graham believes children, like their parents, can become addicted to technology.
Laura's on the phone and she's worried about her nine-year-old son and his games console addiction - watch Dr Graham's advice above.
Eamonn is interested to find out whether there are social manners to be taught around technology.
Andrea's daughter has fallen asleep with her headphones for three years - should she try to discourage this behaviour?
And finally Ruth and Eamonn end on a positive note that could inspire parents all over the country!