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MIAJOEB
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Thursday, January 09, 2014


I just figured out that I could be seeing the baby sleeping if we made arrangements to do a skype type Face time etc. feature. Every couple days they could connect up and I could just watch what baby is doing like sleeping or whining etc. Now why would they do this?
It might cut down on Grandma whining.
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  • v SNUZSUZ
    emoticon idea! You should do it!
    901 days ago
  • v MAMISHELI53
    What a blessing is tech! My DD posts little video clips besides pix via FB, so I am enjoying watching my baby grandson progress, even tho he's so far away.
    903 days ago
  • v THINFITFEMINIST
    The wonders of tech! And, it's free! Take advantage of what is being offered you and don't miss anything.
    904 days ago
  • v KAB7801
    Do it! Don't miss a thing! emoticon
    904 days ago
  • v WALLAHALLA
    That is a fantastic idea. We don't have skype. Wish we had it when my boy was little so I wouldn't have had to listen to all the whining about never seeing him. MIL did the whining, and she always saw him at least once a week, and often 2-3 times a week. I would have gladly turned that on to tune her out! Nice that she loves him so much!!!
    904 days ago
  • v MISS_VIV
    Awesome, Maria............what a great idea.

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    904 days ago
  • v LORI4CHRIST
    Congratulations on the grandbaby!! I think you have come up with an AWESOME idea!! Technology can be good for something!! May your day be filled with blessings!
    904 days ago
  • v CHICKPEA23
    Haha :) That's an adorable baby in your wallpaper - must be a grandchild. I love Skype - it has definitely helped me feel more connected to friends and family!

    Have a great day!
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    904 days ago
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