Tell him Aunt Jen tried her best. It's his turn now.
Has no-one told him? It's the six-year-olds who are supposed to know this stuff, so the grown-ups don't have to bother!
I have now given him more incentive to learn, I'm sure.
Wait until you discover that he really DOES know how to put Angry Birds on your iPhone and that he just needs your password. Heh.
My three-year-old taught her grandmother how to download apps.
I am a mess.
Get the boy an iPod Touch and teach him that he can only download FREE games. It's a good alternative. ;)
I'm afraid he'll have to teach me.
It used to be that they just programmed the DVD player for us. Now it's our phones...... :)
Oh, I would be like totally embarrassed too... *hides*
*dons sunglasses and big floppy hat*
I would be like totally embarrassed too, but after that clears up (ointment), I advise you to step away from the Angry Birds. They're catchy like bedbugs.
So it would seem! I feel sorry for the pigs though...
I am in your camp, and don't like it one bit.I try to learn but there are so many steps!!I want to do this on my own. And I know I just have to practice.Auggie is the one with the patience...and I don't want to test his.
One less thing to do, am I right?