Photo Friday: A Blogger's Son

Everest "admires" the typewriters at SFMOMA
Everest "admires" the typewriters at SFMOMA

Everest had never encountered a real life typewriter until we saw them in the Museum of Modern Art at San Francisco (SFMOMA). The expression on his face seems fitting for a blogger's son, right?

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      1. Tracy

        http://www.ourtravellifestyle.com/
        March 31, 2011 at 11:42 p.m.

        We were in a retro cafe in Thailand a few months back that had typewriters on display. The kids had no clue what they were.

      2. jamie

        http://www.travelsavvymom.com/
        April 1, 2011 at 10:14 a.m.

        Debbie: this totally made my day!

      3. Shelly

        http://blog.travelswithbaby.com/
        April 1, 2011 at 10:23 a.m.

        This is hilarious! I was recently explaining typewriters to my daughters and they looked at me like I had to be kidding. Then all of a sudden one blurted out, "Oh, you mean like they have on the cartoons sometimes?" ;-)

      4. WanderMom

        http://wandermom.com/kid-travel-photos/origami-in-hue/
        April 1, 2011 at 8:16 p.m.

        In 2005 my husband's grandmother died. We talked to the kids about the fact that she'd lived almost 100 years. They were under-impressed, so my husband starting listing all the things we take for granted (in our home) that didn't exist when she was their age. They hummed + nodded to everything until he got to computers when their reaction went into immediate panic. It was a hoot!
        BTW: I was thinking of E when I put up my post today. I thought of all the kids I know, he might appreciate it :)

      5. Lisa Gerber

        http://www.bigleapcreative.com/wordpress
        April 11, 2011 at 12:30 p.m.

        Oh no!! this made me laugh and feel old at the same time. Hilarious!!

      6. manuela cabrera gomez

        April 13, 2011 at 10:52 a.m.

        They were under-impressed, so my husband starting listing all the things we take for granted (in our home) that didn't exist when she was their age. They hummed + nodded to everything until he got to computers when their reaction went into immediate panic. It was a hoot!

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