I got my I-Pad last year for my birthday and I absolutely love it even though I don't use it for anything intelligent.
On Wednesday night my 6 year old son says to me "Mommy I have to tell you something and you have to promise not to yell". As a mom, you know no good can come of that statement.
Turns out, my daughter was in the bathtub waiting for me to wash her hair and my son was hanging out in the bathroom keeping her company and watching something on the I-Pad. She asked to see it and in turning it around it slipped out of his hand and into the bathtub.
At this point I am livid and frantic and I am absolutely yelling!
"Do you know how expensive this is?" I asked.
"More than $100" he says
"More like $500!" and then he replied "Well then how did daddy afford it in the first place?"
This is the point where I removed myself from him because I was not sure that I wasn't going to kill him.
I'm now setting up the I-Pad in rice hoping it will be ok and my daughter says I think it needs more rice.
"I'm well aware it needs more rice but if I put more rice then we will have NO dinner!"
I swear this was one of those days where I really, really wished I was a drinker because I really needed a drink.
The I-Pad is still sitting in too little rice. It turns on but you can actually SEE the water in it.
I would appreciate your keeping my I-Pad in your thoughts.
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