Modern parenting being what it is, you're now encouraged to tolerate this behaviour rather than use your adult strength and size to just swipe it straight back.
Just remember that each person should log out of their Apple ID when they're done.
More » You can set the devices up on their own or do it using a computer.
Most of the tips and tricks you’ll read in this article focus on i OS’s Restrictions feature, so the first thing you’ll want to do is enable it.
Restrictions let you do things like prevent your kid installing and deleting apps; disable in-app purchases; block websites; lock down privacy settings, and lots more.
i Pads and i Phones: Where would we parents be without them?
They help our kids with everything from reading and writing through to learning about dinosaurs and chemistry; they provide a way for them to chat with their friends; and, let’s face it, they sometimes keep them entertained when we are trying to answer some emails or cook dinner! Sometimes it’s easy to forget that these devices that we let our kids play on are fully-fledged, Internet-connected computers.
To enable restrictions, first open the Settings app and choose General This passcode lets you change the Restrictions settings, so make sure your kid doesn’t know it!
You might want it to be different from your device passcode too.
Many i Chat AV users experienced problems and flakiness trying to video conference with Windows AOL Instant Messenger users, so Skype is worth trying as a more reliable alternative.