Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Angry Birds Addict

The boy isn't super into movies or tv shows
but ever since my friend Amy introduced him to Angry birds on her iPad
he has been addicted.
Like wakes up at 6:15 a.m. 
walks into our bedroom and asks us if he can play a game on our phone or iPad

And he's crazy good at it too.
He can pass levels that I can't figure out for the life of me.
It's kind of funny/scary all at the same time.

Do you have any mini game addicts in your house?
How do you manage their use? 


Tina said...

When my kids were little, they banked reading time for computer time. Read a book for 30 minutes, get to play for 30 minutes. They enjoyed doing both. This helped to keep the computer from becoming all-consuming.

Sarah said...

My husband found a timer app that he sets when my daughter plays and when the timer goes off, she's done. There's no arguing because I think she thinks the timer app is a sort of game, too! And yes, she is crazy good, too. They have their own iPads in her class room and she teaches ME how to do things on it!

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