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Cast Your Vote:

    • iPad -- Votes: 2
    • iPad mini -- Votes: 5
...................................... Mommy|Of2 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Canada 3058 posts
Feb 26th '13

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Allys_mommy 1 child; 2 angel babies; Waterloo, New York 1373 posts
Feb 26th '13

personally i think 19 months is entirely too young for that type of electronics but thats just me

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16080 posts
Feb 26th '13

:? :? :?



Really? If you must get a baby a tablet, get something cheap like a Kindle or something.



But why not play with the kid instead of shoving an electronic in his face...

Hathor + A Due December 23 (girl); 16 kids; Spring, Texas 12834 posts
Feb 26th '13

:shock: Can you adopt me? Kidding kidding.




I think a Ipad would be better because he can grow with it.

vagina. 3 kids; Titz, No, Germany 30934 posts
Feb 26th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Allys_mommy:</b>" personally i think 19 months is entirely too young for that type of electronics but thats just me"</blockquote>



I agree.

*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8816 posts
Feb 26th '13

I think bigger would be better. For playing learning games and touching the stuff. The minis are kinda small. Id go with the reg size. They are pretty tough. Just get a good case for it :)

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
Feb 26th '13

Neither. I vote ipod touch if you are going to get something but I think 19 months is way to young for such an expensive toy. I bought my oldest a refurbished ipod touch when she turned two and put an otterbox on it. I spent less than $200 and a year later its still in excellent condition. Then get yourself an ipad mini if thats what you want.

user banned Vancouver, British Columbia 5643 posts
Feb 26th '13

I have an iPad mini that I got for Christmas. If you are going to use it for your LO I would recommend a water resistant and shock resistant case.

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20532 posts
Feb 26th '13

I wouldn't buy one just for my kid and he's almost 4. No way I'd buy one for a 19 month old.



My son just shares my things for the very limited amount of time I let him use it (usually in the waiting area at the doc office or other place where he MUST sit still and quiet for an unknown amount of time). Hell, even then a few dinosaurs and a little attention from me does the trick without any electronics.

Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom 2 kids; Burgaw, NC, United States 14541 posts
Feb 26th '13

I hate this generation. :?

L Lawlite Whammy, OH, United States 650 posts
status Feb 26th '13

Neither. I don't think a kid that young needs something so expensive.

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16080 posts
Feb 26th '13
Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:" I hate this generation. :?"


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Hathor + A Due December 23 (girl); 16 kids; Spring, Texas 12834 posts
Feb 26th '13
Quoting Danielle: Jack&Basil'sMom:" I hate this generation. :?"


Ha! For once someone isn't bitching about mine!

Robert Downey Jr. Zanzibar, Tanzania 16080 posts
Feb 26th '13
Quoting MyloveZoZo:" Neither. I don't think a kid that young needs something so expensive. "


:!:



Know what I bought my kid when she was 19 months old?



Cardboard books, dollies, cars, puzzles.....Things she can touch and physically manipulate so she could learn dexterity and use things in real life.

Lauralie89 3 kids; Pennsylvania 2244 posts
Feb 26th '13

..my 16 month old is happy playing with a ball