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Supervised or not, would you under any circumstance allow a 2 year old child to play with your new smart phone?

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No. Not only because I wouldn't want it to get broken, but because I don't think kids should be using phones, etc at that age.
Nope. Not without supervision anyway. I have a fireworks app on my phone that the baby uses sometimes but he's sitting in the shopping trolley right in front of me when he does.
My children are OBSESSED with telephones. We have several old ones that we get them to play with, but it's not as fun as mummy's (brand new!) phone which beeps and has pretty colours. My almost 3 year old "helps" me play candy crush on it sometimes. I try to avoid the kids playing with it though - I don't want it to get broken!
We let our one year old look at pictures we take on our phones, but we hold the phones. He certainly does not play with our smart phones. I don't know if you guys are aware of this or not, but apparently Steve Jobs didn't allow his children to play with iPads and iPhones.
by Vee
No, I don't let my toddler play with mine. I might if I had one of those kid proof cases that keeps them from breaking them but otherwise no. They're too expensive and I don't want to have to keep getting it back from my child when I want to use it. My husband lets our two year old watch his favourite show on his phone. Our son has added "aodhyfeehhhhhhhhh" and "qwojaii" to the predictive text's vocabulary. If that's the worse that happens then I suppose it's fine.
No, totally ridiculous. That's what toys are for!
We don't have kids at home, nor a smart phone, but we take our grand-daughters to their aunties for week-ends, & the eldest 1 wants to play a game on my laptop she learnt at school. The youngest is 4 &1/2 & has no interest in the laptop yet, as she likes to 'read' books. (She'll be starting school next year.)
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