Anna June, like many children of her generation, will have her childhood captured in slightly blurry pixels. That's right - I have an iPhone with a camera, and I'm not afraid to use it.
Of course, lately, AJ isn't afraid to use it, either. She has learned how to take photos, send and receive text messages, and, of course, make phone calls. She loves Instagram, for its endless supply of images, and she especially loves that Liz and Patrick have a photo stream of Wesley. She loves to look over my shoulder at Pinterest, and last week she suggested search terms for me which were actually pretty good. She has kid-appropriate apps on all our phones and tablets, so she can listen to stories, play games, or even play the piano.
Since technology is part of our world - and definitely part of AJ's - we've decided to embrace it. But sometimes, I do have to tell her to put down or give back the phone. I need it, too, you know.
Here's a picture AJ took of her room, including her alphabet clothesline, a work in progress.
Thing I love: iPhone 4
Why I love it: It allows me to capture moments as they happen, and blog in bed.
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