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Kate Gosselin Bans Her Kids From The Internet, But Allows Them To Watch 'Kate Plus 8'

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Kate Gosselin does not let her kids use the internet.

Kate Gosselin of Kate Plus 8 is currently making press rounds on shows such as Entertainment Tonight and Dr. Oz in lieu of promoting the TLC hit series’ brand new season, but it’s her parenting style from home that is getting our attention.

Gosselin has previously stated that she does not allow her kids to use the internet. She recently tweeted, “@Prettybowes kids do not have Facebook or twitter etc. not even allowed online except few websites, lol!” Sounds a little rough to us! Maybe she could ban them from walking the local grocery store as there are sure to be magazines plastered with photos of the kids.

But just because they are banned from the internet, don’t expect these kids to be banned from the television as well. On Thursday (August 4) Kate wrote, “I’m finishing up watching k+8 w/ kids (it’s what they prefer!) and then to bed with us all! I’m beat! Catch ya tomorrow all!”

At least the Gosselin kids get some sort of entertainment release.

What do you allow/not allow your children to do?

Check out photos below of the Gosselins visiting New Zealand this past January.


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[Photos via PacificCoastNews.com]

 

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