Freeform Katia

April 10, 2008

iMaja

Filed under: maja — Tags: , , — freeformkatia @ 12:25 pm

Yesterday Maja found my iPod and wanted to listen to some music. I sat her down, turned down the volume, and plugged her in.

Her glee when I clipped the iPod to her waistband was astounding — she could walk and listen to music? Cool. Only problem there was that everytime the earbuds fell out, which was fairly frequently, she said “Mom! The music switched off!!”

iMaja

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6 Comments »

  1. That’s great! You might need to find some old headphones that sit on the ears rather than the earbuds.

    You have an iPod yet you haven’t entered my contest? I’m a little sad. :)

    Comment by Laura — April 10, 2008 @ 12:55 pm

  2. (apologies to Laura Numeroff)

    If you give a maja an ipod

    she’s going to ask for the earbuds.

    When you give her the earbuds, she will probably ask to see the video…

    ;)

    Comment by Sue Gavin-Leone — April 10, 2008 @ 2:34 pm

  3. Guess what’s going to be on next year’s Christmas wish list? ;)

    I’ll never forget the look on my younger sister’s face the year she got a walkman for Christmas (she was no more than 5, maybe 4). Pure joy. She took it everywhere with her. Portable music was the. best. thing. in. the. world. The funny thing is, when I gave her an iPod for Christmas a few years ago, she got the EXACT same look on her face. :) Some things never change.

    Comment by Shana — April 10, 2008 @ 3:02 pm

  4. my daughter loves her fp3 player… i love that i dont have to trust her with my mp3 player! lol

    Comment by blueraindrop — April 10, 2008 @ 3:51 pm

  5. Oh, no, I’m afraid you might have created a monster. You may never get your ipod back.

    Comment by knittedgems — April 11, 2008 @ 10:27 am

  6. a little person just entered the technological age – there’s no going back!! Ever. But she looks cute!
    Love, Mom

    Comment by Mom — April 12, 2008 @ 6:31 pm


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