I doubt she’ll care about bonding with a roomba when she has worse things to deal with as she grows up
It’s cute worrying about nothing.
If only roombas only did a nice quiet “bzzzzzt”…those suckers are NOISY!
How did Wren learn it to follow the boll in panel one?
Why? The kid is developing an imagination and creativity not to mention self amusement. Plus she isn’t glued to some eye bleeding screen full of all kinds of false info with no explanation. Then again, I am the one that supports dogs bowls (clean) for feeding new toddlers…
In 20 years she’ll still be three.
she needs to be told about bzzzzt driving though
John Adams: Mark me, Franklin… if we give in on this issue, posterity will never forgive us. Dr. Benjamin Franklin: That’s probably true, but we won’t hear a thing, we’ll be long gone. (“1776,” Broadway musical)
Don’t worry, Wanda. She’ll have completely forgotten about pretending the robot vacuum was a dog (or all the other people who didn’t have dogs as toddlers will say the same exact thing and Wren’s therapist will throw her out because they’re so sick of dealing with that problem), and go on and on about how her brother and sister attempted at murdering each other every day, and how she was always caught in the middle of that.
Aack, when’d she learn to walk (where have I been?)
I hardly think that is something she will talk to her therapist about. There will be a lot worse things to talk about.
Safe Havens also has a toddler with a robot playmate.
Because that’s what real parenting is all about, worrying about what others think of you.
Roombas don’t make great pets.
She’ll be happy cause you let her explore her imagination!
January 25, 2022