October 10, 2010

iMama. Toddler mistakes iPhone for his mother

A thought provoking piece in Slate on a toddler mistaking an iPhone for his mother.

quotemarksright.jpgAround my son's first birthday, I started holding my iPhone up to his ear when my wife called and saying, "It's your mama, Luka. It's your mama." Our boy often made cooing sounds in response to her voice.

... And then one day, months later, my iPhone rang. My wife's name appeared on the screen. Before I responded, Luka called out, "Mama!" I was so surprised—and proud. Evidence of their special bond, right? Soon after, Luka blurted out "Mama" again, while we were all in the living room. But he wasn't facing his mother. He was facing the phone.quotesmarksleft.jpg

Read full article. [via Techdirt]

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