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By Molly Thornberg |

My baby with an iPad

My baby with an iPad

Sure, we’ve heard that you’re not suppose to expose children under 2 years old to screens, but me being the rebel that I am totally lets my baby play with my iPad. And you know what? He LOVES it.

There is something about a wee little mind so fascinated with technology. The way Zeke finds excitement when something changes on the screen by a simple touch, fascinates me. Being the tech mom that I am, I can’t wait to see how technology changes as our baby grows.  One day we will look back at this photo and laugh…. HA! Remember when you actually had to TOUCH a screen to do something? How 2012!

There is much humor to be found in what babies and ipads can equate to. What if your baby thought in his little baby head, what you think in your head when you use an iPad. This is where the brillance of the site, Babies with iPads comes in.

Babies with iPads website features, well… babies with iPads, but captioned with hilarious bits of what would baby think if he REALLY knew the interwebs.

Here are a few photos of hilarious babies with iPads:

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Molly blogs about them kids and geekery for the modern mom. Follow her on Twitter @DigitalMolly

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Molly Thornberg is a wife and mother of four. She worked in web design and social media marketing before quitting to pursue blogging full time. On Digital Mom Blog, Molly shares "geeky" DIY projects, discusses the latest technology news, and talks about her life as a parent. Read bio and latest posts → Read Molly's latest posts →

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6 thoughts on “Babies with iPads

  1. B says:

    Just because he “loves” it doesn’t mean you should let him do it…. just saying.

  2. Brianna says:

    Oh cool! What app is Zeke playing with? I’m not bothered by babies playing with technology or getting screen time personally. We live in a technologically driven world.

  3. Stephanie says:

    in this day and age its hard to keep our children away from “screen time”, especially when practically everything we do is based around our phones, computers, etc.My two year old knows how to unlock my iphone, open, and play angry birds. does that mean that he spends all day in front of a tv or computer? no. it just means he knows how to do something he see me do everyday. these babies dont know what the heck theyre doing, they just enjoy the bright lights, the noises, the interaction. when they choose to stop playing outside because of it is when we need to start worrying. until then, let them be cute!!

  4. goddess says:

    Um no. But then again, I don’t let babies/toddlers “play” with iPhones, iPods and other pieces of expensive electronic equipment. In my opinion, a child needs to be past drooling, chewing, throwing things for shits-n-giggles, and otherwise properly capable of respecting the equipment. As a long-time (like since the early 90′s) Tech Mom, I resent the inference that that being so would actually encourage one to disrespect it so badly. Your money. But I think it’s extremely foolish and wasteful.
    All of my kids got their own PCs around 8 or 9 (the daughter even earlier), and know how to treat the equipment- the boys knowing how to build, repair and restore their own. And the 10 yr old old delivered his Christmas list via email in a Powerpoint presentation, LOL.

  5. diane caso says:

    Dislike..HopfullyIpad isn’t being used as a babysitter-so mom or dad can spend more time surfing the net-or playing a game…

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