Last week, we stopped at the store to get a few items on our list. The kids always have a hard time getting past Target’s Dollar Spot. Nick scored a package of eight mechanical pencils and Madeline? Well, she had a whole handful of stuff I made her whittle down, settling on an Elmo notebook.
Later that night, she was looking for her “iPad.” Did I know where it was? Did Nick take it? Where’s the pen that went with it?
I had no idea what she was talking about, and it took a little while to figure out exactly WHAT we were searching for. You know, since I don’t own an iPad. And speaking of which, she certainly doesn’t either.
She meant the Elmo pad. Of course.
I don’t know where she even heard the phrase iPad since no one I know has one. But ever since then, she has called her Elmo notebook an iPad.
Now there’s a bargain I can live with. You can get your very own iPad in the Dollar Spot of your local Target. I have a feeling it’s the best deal around.
March 30, 2011, Photo #88
Today I was feeling very off. Not sick, but a headache, lethargic and nauseous. When we got home, I asked Madeline if we could lie down a bit, and she readily agreed. Then she checked my head. And my stomach. Wrote me a prescription on her iPad. Got me a blanket and a drink. And watched tv quietly so I could rest. And then my nurse fell asleep.
If only we could buy ipads for $1! Truth be told, I have a hard time getting past the dollar spot at Target too. =)
Too, too cute!
I would much prefer an elmo notebook to an iPad! I think they’re overrated.
I see a future doctor in our midst…I think she has a knack for it!
Kris #40 says
Love her iPad! Or is it the new ePad?
We recently added one to our collection of apples. Opted for the older model with more memory when they were $100 off the week before the new one came out. It’s like a big itouch. Love it now that I need cheaters for closeup seeing
Love your pics. Hope ur feeling better today