You meant to write a blog yesterday, but you played Angry Birds. You meant to write a blog today, but you played Angry Birds. Each day going forward, make a Will save. If you fail, you lose two hours to the game. If you succeed, you may turn off the game and do something productive.
We recently got our tax return, and I got my wife an iPhone. Once my iTunes account was linked, I bought Angry Birds. I meant to blog. I meant to work on my RP. I'm blaming Angry Birds for my failure to do these things. It is a great game though, and the price can't be beaten. One dollar for a game that will easily be played for twenty hours is a steal.
The iPhone has also been great for Kennedy. Being able to instantly pull up Elmo videos in a waiting room is a godsend. Although, anyone using online video for their kids should avoid youtube and hit up some kid-friendly alternatives like Kideos or ZuiTube. We've had too many instances of opening a Sesame Street or Spongebob video only to have it open with and elaborate string of swearing.
We also got a PS3, mainly for the Blu-Ray Disc capabilities. Our DVD player was on its last legs and with PS3 I won't need to pay a yearly fee just to use Netflix on a console. Setup was a breeze and the infamous updates weren't nearly as egregious as they were made out to be. From opening the box to having a working PSN account took less than forty-five minutes. Aside from the ridiculously lightweight controllers, I think I will like this console. I'll probably also eventually get a game for it...
Kennedy is crawling forward now, so we got a baby gate and a new, secure entertainment center. Nights have been a pain lately, and she is scheduled next week to have tubes put in her ears. Hopefully that will make her feel better so she will actually sleep. Should actually be updating more often now that the newness of Angry Birds has dies out.