The GRANDdaughter and My Kindle Fire
Around Christmas time I bought a Kindle Fire. If you don’t have one, or have something similar, I encourage you to check them out on Amazon.com They are convenient, relatively inexpensive and oh, so fun! And they are easy to use.
The GRANDdaughter spent the night with us the other night and she likes it, too. She asked me if she could listen to music on it and I told her she could. She sang Carrie Underwood songs most of the night.
The next morning I opened my email and was surprised to see a “Thank You” message from Amazon for downloading Carrie Underwood’s album. Hmmmm. It didn’t take me long to figure out who had purchased it, but how?
Then I remembered. Abby was between Bill and I on the bed and we were watching “Person of Interest,” our favorite television show. She showed me the Kindle Fire and she had typed her name in the User box and I told her that her name wouldn’t work, to hand it to Poppa. He types his User Name and Password in and hands it back to her. Again, neither of us is paying much attention to what she is doing. Thank goodness she hadn’t ordered a Gucci purse!
It hasn’t been but a few weeks ago that Abby talked to God on my iPhone. If you haven’t seen that video, click here to watch it. I’m still not over that one!
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. If a six year old can operate an iphone, they can easily navigate a Kindle Fire, too!