It’s been another busy week. Between work, errands, cooking, cleaning, and shuttling kids between school and activities, you’ve barely had a moment to breathe, much less connect with your family. Now it’s Sunday, and although you’d love a lazy day to yourself, the image of your kids sitting around the house glued to their devices all day fills you with guilt. You google “fun family activities,” and the next thing you know, you’re corralling everyone into the car, despite their protests. Once you reach your destination, you gush about the wonders before you, hoping your enthusiasm catches. When it doesn’t, you grow frustrated and may try to “convince and cajole.” Eventually, others complain, and you cut your activity short. You drive home in silence and then scatter to your corners. At this point, you’re feeling too defeated to worry about screen time.