Children thrive on routine! What if a parent doesn't implement structure and boundaries? What can the outcome be. Siblings are a great socializing agent. What is the sibling relationship isn't healthy? What impact can that have? How would you as a parent, work to correct it? I remember floppy disks too! My family got I believe one of the first computers the Commodore 64 and it only played games! It was huge! What if a child doesn't have such items at home; computers, internet will this gravely impact their school performance and leave the child behind technologically? What do you think?
You wrote "Children thrive on routine!"
Who says this? Whose opinion is this?
I would think, as an educator, that children could thrive on diversity and a wide range of experiences.
It is a complicated question as there are many different ways to raise a child. There may be many cultural assumptions concerning your questions that can be debated.
Concerning the second half of your writing...
As I too grew up with a Vic 20 and Commodore ...
The agents of socialization are determined. The impact their school performances are determined.