You know that little microphone on the iPad keyboard (or iPhone, etc) that does speech recognition? For all of us too lazy to actually type? Yeah. That.
Solo is slightly obsessed with it. I'll walk into a room to the sound of the little beep when it begins to record and his squeaky voice saying over and over "hola! hi. I'm Solomon. I want to play. Bye." I'd love to know who he thinks he's talking to, and why the fascination.
Yesterday while Rainer was napping we were playing around with the iPad and recording random conversations. We want to have recordings of the sound of Solo's voice at different stages, as well as the memories of how silly he used to pronounce certain words.
Mr. P asked if he wanted to send me an email. Of course he did. Below is what that little magical microphone interpreted as he dictated me a message:
Hi are you today hi night underwater Mooreshill I night her name is Maggie
I like to allegedly Sharon and I do not name's not tonight yeah I'm out or did not Menown lots Malielie I are man-to-man CIE did not detonate that easy
Apparently Apple voice interpretation has some serious work to do in the 4 year old department.
I just had to name this post I night her name is Maggie, because after we read Solo the email he proceeded to run around repeating that phrase, peeling over in hysterical laughter each time. Finally, he looked at me and asked, "Who's Maggie???" And abruptly burst into giggles.
Love this age.