Where bad choices make good stories
Yeah, I don't believe it. I think mom's got a shopping addiction and she's blaming it on the kid so she doesn't get her ass beat by dad.
It seems unlikely a two year old entered credit card information.. i suppose it could be a standing account with prepopulated numbers. Still, a bit of a stretch.
My grandson got ahold of a cell phone at 2 and dialed 911, heard some woman talking and couldn't figure out what was going on at first, she was cool when I explained the situation. No more phones with batteries in them for him after that JD
He's a little over 1.5 years old. As far as he's capable of understanding, he taps on the shiny objects on the little screen, and they magically turn up in a couple of days. He's not even capable of using a toilet yet; I'm pretty sure explaining credit card bills and money is beyond him, right now. Which is why you don't put something in his hands that has capabilities he's not ready to handle yet. Aka a cell phone with access to Amazon and your credit cards already entered. Come on. If you give a two year old a gun, and he shoots someone, or himself, whose fricking fault is it? The fully grown person who gave a freaking toddler a fricking gun, that's who. Certainly not the toddler equipped with slightly more brains and *less* impulse-control than a not-especially-intelligent dog!Thankfully it seems like this little headache's parents understand that, and are managing with tremendous grace and good humor. That's a blessing.
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