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So completely clever! If only I could convince my 7yo that this is the type of computer he really wants!

Cool! What a cute idea! I'm sure I've got a few books around here somewhere...

This is sooooo cute! You creative mama!

What a fun idea! That bottom picture is just TOO cute!!!

Eileen, your ideas just so totally rock! (We just watched Nemo, can you tell?)

Oh my goodness... that is such a creative idea! (and I love the pictures of the kids looking so intently at the "screen"!)

what an incredibly clever idea...my four-year-old would love this!

now, can you also teach us how to make a cell phone?

these are awesome!! thanks for the tutorial

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