I’ve spent the last few weeks watching my four-year-old daughter play World of Warcraft.
We both love the game, and we both know she’s a big gamer.
That doesn’t stop her from playing on the couch when I leave the house.
It’s one of the things I do best when I’m on vacation, and she doesn’t complain.
So when I heard that Blizzard Entertainment was working on a new console game for the iPad, I immediately bought it.
The first time I watched a new iPad game, it was World of Tanks.
The first time a new game I loved came out on an iPad was World Of Warcraft.
I watched it on the iPad and thought I’d played the game for hours.
Then, when I got home from the store, I opened the app to check my daughter’s progress, and I was amazed to see that she had completed a story mission in a World of Warplanes mission.
I’m not a fan of watching my daughter play games, but I’m a big fan of having her play them on an iPhone, because she loves her iPad.
I started playing on an iPod touch when I was about six.
My daughter was the first child I’d ever had that I didn’t play with, but it turned out she’d been playing with me for a while, too.
She was hooked.
I was so excited that my daughter could play on an Apple device, but she didn’t really like the fact that I was controlling her.
She loved it, but didn’t want to play with me, either.
So I changed my strategy.
I told her, “You’re going to have to start playing with a real iPad, just because you’re my only child.
If you want to be a real gamer, you have to play on your own.”
I wanted my daughter to grow up to be independent, and not dependent on me.
I’m happy to be the father of an independent girl, and it’s a privilege to be able to be so open and to say, “Hey, I want to teach you the things that you love, and that you’ve learned from your mother, and then I want you to take it on your journey and do it with me.”
I’ve learned that parenting isn’t always about the iPad.
When my daughter is home with her friends, she’s always on her iPad, and my phone is always with her, but when she’s playing, I have to be there, too, because I’m the parent.
And when I get home, I can be in the house with her or with my kids while she’s not watching TV or playing video games.
I have no control over what she does.
We’ve gotten better about it.
When I get on the plane, my daughter will put the iPad down on the seat and go to the bathroom.
I’ll take it back and put it back down on her lap.
She’ll open the app on the tablet and it’ll say, and the word, “Go to bed.”
That’s what she wants.
She will go to sleep and come back to the iPad for the rest of the night.
She doesn’t like to be distracted.
When she wakes up, she’ll go to get her iPad and I’ll go back to bed.
She’s so dependent on it that I have a hard time giving it to her.
She wants to be at home with me.
It makes her feel more secure, and at the same time, I feel so much more at ease when I have her in the same room.
We can’t go out and play because we can’t be away from her.
We have to take the iPad with us.
I can’t watch a movie on the TV, and so she has to sit in front of her computer and I have my iPad with me while I watch movies.
I don’t need to put my daughter on the computer because she can do it at home.
It doesn’t matter how much time she has in the day.
She just wants to have her iPad with her and be her own person.
In the first year, my oldest daughter was about 10 months old.
She’d never gotten her iPad before she got her first iPad.
But I was the one who introduced her to the tablet.
She told me about it, and now I’m teaching her the iPad is for kids.
When I had my first iPad, my eldest daughter said, “I don’t want one.
I want my own.”
She said, I don.
She started watching videos, but then she stopped.
I said, Well, it’s not about the screen, it doesn’t have a screen.
It just doesn’t work.
She said no, it has a screen and a microphone, and when I said no she said no.
She couldn’t tell me what the screen was.
I’ve learned over the years that if your child doesn’t know what’s on the screen when