|Yes. He is naked AND playing the ipad.|
I'm not opposed to kids playing video games, just kids plying violent games and games inappropriate to their age. We found this stupid like Super Rub-a-Dub game for the PS3, and Liam loves it. We let him play it after he washes his hair as a reward, and it's like the best thing in the world. He's even unlocked some of the extra ducks on his own. And we won't get into how much he loves my ipad, and how he navigates the thing better than I do.
|Lilia, the Queen!|
She likes Angry Birds and other video games, but she doesn't have the patience that Liam does for them. She likes playing cars and trains with him, which is great (kids getting along! Yay!) but she's also got a small nurture side- she plays with her dolls, she pretends to be a doctor or a vet and she loves to dress up as a "princess".
I think the best thing about my kids Christmas list this year is how interchangeable it is. I don't think there's a single thing that can't be used for both kids, and in fact, I've grabbed quite a few things that are "doubles" so they don't fight over it. And, I can do a few handmade things since my kids don't really care about brands or labels. Sure, they like Mario- but Mario can look like this. Or Angry Birds. (Yep, I am trying to learn to crochet...)
Christmas time is so exciting!