I am going to make you say WOW. Really! The first part of this post is a film clip 1.11 mins long. When you have watched this the rest of my meanderings will make sense.
I am going to employ some of my well known fuzzy logic to solve the problem that you have seen above. Yes, maybe you went 'WOW' and were really impressed that a 2.5 year old child can operate a mouse, but this probably isn't all that unusual. What you didn't see is that he is also able to open browsers, new tabs, close them and requests 'google' verbally. (This is a big deal for a child with autism who is non-verbal!) These are just a few of his computer talents, I won't list them all.
This might be a good time to add that HRH does not like the Twitter notification sound and shuts down Twitter on me as often as he can. In fact, when he starts the 'cleaning up' of his own open windows he also closes everything that I might have been *cough* working on.
Now, do you see my problem? This is my laptop and I don't get to use it often enough.
I have solved the dilema and, being a mother willing to sacrifice for her child, I am giving him my laptop. Yes, you heard correctly, I am giving a 2.5 year old a laptop. He will share it with his brother and sister
I am going to buy myself a nice, new, shiny laptop, because I'm worth it!! *flicks hair*
If you have a better alternative don't tell me, I really like this solution.
If you said 'WOW' and want to learn how to apply fuzzy logic in your life please email me and I will guide you through the process. It really works!