September 15

September 15, 2011 at 10:00 pm | Posted in Giggles, Lollipop, Transylvania | 5 Comments
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September 15: Screen time.
Lollipop has liked playing games on the computer — everything from typing letters and numbers in a blank document to matching and counting on her favorite websites — for a while now. It seemed like one day she couldn’t work the mouse, and the next, she woke up and was left-clicking and right-clicking and dragging and dropping like a pro. Now, Giggles likes to play, too, though he isn’t quite as adept with the mouse yet. Quiet moments like this, where they’re sitting together, sharing, and teaching and learning from each other, make me think we just might be doing something right … along with raising kids ready to tackle 21st-century technology!

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and then, she {snapped}

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  1. What a great perspective!

  2. Yes, isn’t it amazing how fast they pick stuff up. I have a two year old grandson that can work an iphone like nobody’s business.

  3. When my girls were little they used to write their homework and go to the library for research. We had to eventually go and get a family computer to stop them falling behind with their studies !
    That was only about ten years ago but who knows where we’ll be in another 10 years. Books, pencils and paper will be museum items !

  4. aw, this is so sweet! it is amazing the technology our kids learn so early now, isn’t it? my 19 month old already knows to swipe the iphone to unlock it. crazy!

  5. I. Love. This.


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