She is 3 in a week and you would be amazed at how well kids do with Apple products. She runs my wifes and my iPhones like it was built into her mainframe. I have reservations about the klutziness of kids... but we are going to forge ahead with an Otterbox or some such. I can't begin to tell you what a great educational tool our phones have been for her. She plays talking flash card games in the car on the way to school and sings songs and watched Dora and does puzzles, etc. Pretty damn cool, some of these games. Waaay beyond what I had as a kid.. I just had plastic army men and firecrackers..hehehehe. Oh.. and Lost in Space and Captain Kangaroo. She already knows more at almost 3 than I knew at 5.
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