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I realize that our LOs are pretty young for video games etc. and it's certainly not something we do all day everyday here. But right now Kolbie is trying to play Just Dance Kids with Kaija I so so so wish my camera batteries weren't dead because I'd make a video to show you! It's too cute! She's actually kind of holding her own...I'm surprised! She used to just play along side but today I actually gave her a remote and let her go for it
Michael tries to play Wii games with his sister, but that mostly consists of him just sucking on the controller. However he is excellent at actually properly playing many of his iphone games (Alphabet, counting, colors etc) so even though he's not able to communicate these things i think he might still be learning them, or maybe its a coincidence... i dunnno
DH was playing Dora on the computer the other day for like half an hour because Didi was having the time of her life watching the screen and watching DH play. Everytime Dora and her horse caught an apple in the sky she let out this big excited scream, it was hilarious!!! Wish I had that on tape but my dang camera memory card is full and my batteries are dead.
Greyson tries to play along with the iPhone and iPad games as well. My 5 year old is just now getting good at Wii and DS games but I think he will be playing everything a lot sooner. His fine motor skills are way ahead of where she was at this age.
Kate, mom to Liliana (7) Greyson (4) and Ainsley 17 months