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My Lucas

Wednesday, December 29, 2004

I love him dearly!!! He asked to go on the computer today. I told him I wanted to help him get it started. I walked him up he sat down and set up his game before I could blink an eye. He can't read yet, but was still able to set the whole thing up by memory (some of the places he had to click on didn't have pictures and he carefully moved the mouse to the exact spot and clicked away. I am truly amazed! How fast kids learn!

Oh he then said, "what did you want to help with?"

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