Kiambu Mum Shares Screenshot Of Teenage Daughter's Browsing History After Snooping Into Her Phone

Kiambu Mum Shares Screenshot Of Teenage Daughter's Browsing History After Snooping Into Her Phone

  • Julie Karugu, a loving and caring mother, shared the screenshots of her teenage daughter's browsing history
  • She said she was not surprised with the findings as her daughter, Sharlin Njeri, had been a football fan since she was young
  • The Kiambu mum encouraged parents not to be against giving children gadgets as all they need to do is guide their children

Kiambu: A woman has taken to social media to share her parenting hack for keeping up to date with her daughter's online life.

Kiambu mum Julie Karugu shared a screenshot of her daughter's web browsing history.
Kiambu mum Julie Karugu shares the football searches in her daughter's web browsing history. Photo: Julie Karugu.
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Should a teenage girl use a tablet?

Julie Karugu shared that she occasionally accesses her daughter's tablet to check how she uses the gadget.

She went to her teenage daughter's browsing history to check what she searched for and shared her findings online.

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"I regularly snoop on my 14-year-old daughter's browsing history, and this is her current one. She is a football fan, so I am not surprised," part of her post read.

Most searches comprised the English Premier League football matches and some Bundesliga news.

Can kids use tablets for CBC homework?

There were also searches on culinary arts, which Karugu disclosed were searches from her teenage daughter's sister.

Speaking to, Kaugu revealed she and her teenage daughter, Sharlin Njeri, use the same email address.

"From my phone, I see everything she searches for using the tablet. My post was to inform the parents who were against giving phones to their teens that not all misuse them. They need guidance.
She has had the phone since she was eight years old, and her younger sister uses it to do her Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) homework, watch videos on Do It Yourself (DIY) and such," she clarified.

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Where was 2022 World Cup tournament held?

The Kiambu mum also talked about Njeri's passion for football, influencing the entire family.

"I realised her passion during the 2022 World Cup tournament held in Qatar. As we watched the matches, she could explain details about almost all the players, like their country of origin, the national team and clubs they played for, their previous teams, and so on.
She amazed me with her knowledge, and I encouraged her to talk more about them. That is when she told me she aspired to be a sports journalist in one of those international sports companies," the proud mum excitedly said.

She encouraged parents to support their kids in whatever they love and offer guidance as they follow their passion.

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While the secondary school boy was away, his sister reviewed his search history and marvelled at what she saw.

Many people funnily warned the lady that she might find what she was looking for in his search history.

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