Wednesday, May 23, 2007

'Puter Time

It wouldn't be a normal day around here lately without my son asking to use the computer. "Mommy want to click on Clifford." Or Teletubbies or Elmo or whoever from the PBS website.

I'm amazed at how fast he's able to use the mouse and click on things and figure the games out. Not to mention that I think he's too little to be playing games on the computer. Oh, well! I know that he's happy to now be able to have his own time on Mommy's computer!

8 comments:

momteacherfriend said...

www.noggin.com has great interactive games for toddlers and preschoolers.

We were amazed when our son was little like that too. He has the best hand eye coordination and can beat me on some games. In moderation computer time can be beneficial to our kids. Sites like PBS, Noggin and starfall provide educational yet fun computer interaction.

Cute picture. He is a child of the 21st century.

Sherri said...

It always amazes me to see how young little ones can start to figure out how to manipulate a mouse and get around on computer games!!!
What a cute pic!!!

The Flip Flop Mamma! said...

He looks so cute!! They are much smarter than we think, that's for sure!

Jamie said...

WOW! He look so big sitting there at the computer!

These little ones just grow up way too fast..

Tim Appleton (Applehead) said...

It always amazes me too when they start on the computer! And how much they learn from the games they play!

Stephanie
(Tim was signed on and I'm too lazy to fix it!)

Heaven Sent said...

Love the title of this post. I can just hear that cute little voice! :o)

Linds said...

Wait till he is 5 and you are going to him for help. I have given up asking my kids to help me, because their fingers fly so fast and I have no idea what they are doing. My daughter wrote me an idiots guide to powerpoint. Hmmmm. Oh well, I am the one who provided the computer in the first place for them to learn!

Kerri said...

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