These days children’s screen timing has increased due to obvious reasons but what is more striking is the screen space they are sharing. You must have noticed lots of kids becoming part of youtube channels and tik-tok videos (glad it’s banned). These home videos are not just made out for fun but theirs a quest of becoming viral, getting views and likes. Having kids in the videos increases their viewership domain.Have you ever noticed the fake expressions on the children faces where they give expressions and reactions like adults? I won’t say parents are forcing their kids into this but knowingly or unknowingly they are gradually dragging their kids into the artificial and dark world of showbiz.Everyone wants to be famous overnight and these online platforms are an easily accessible option where there’s no investment also. It’s good to explore your kid’s potential and interests. But don’t lure them into early name and fame. Not on the cost of their innocence.