Who doesn't want to be famous? Nevermind, lots of people don't - they don't want the responsibility, the hassle, or the intrusion on their privacy.
So is "internet fame" right for your kid? Whether they're an up-and-coming blogger or YouTube star, nearly all kids have at least a passing thought about how their online presence could make them famous.
As parents, what stance do we take on kid fame? Do we actively encourage our kids to seek fame, or discourage it? At what point does helping your kid with their blog become "stage momming (or dadding)"? Or, if your kid is already on their way to becoming internet famous, how do you as a parent help manage their expectations and their time?
Join Amy Mascott as she leads a lively discussion about fame with three parents and one kid: Nakia Reigh (mom of Tori Molnar, also speaking today); Stephanie Humphrey, and Betsy Cadel, along with up-and-coming young comedian and YouTuber Simon Cadel.
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