Photo of the Week: Starting Young

As much as I love video games and being online I’m hoping to take a bit of a different route with my little one.   What I mean is, I don’t want him to be too attached to electronics.  I think that in this day and age children are becoming way less personal and too attached to screens and people that aren’t physically there.

While I’d love for my son to be a whiz in the video game and online arenas I also want him to be able to shake people’s hands and have conversations.   Still though, this picture is pretty awesome.


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  1. Mecartistrónico December 7, 2012
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