three year old blog

I don’t think of myself as being incredibly competitive, and I never really thought that I’d be the kind of parent that cared about such things, but I just learned that Clementine’s three year old friend, Amelia, already has a blog of her own, and it’s got me sitting here, thinking about launching something for Clementine before it’s “too late” for her to catch up. It never really bothered me that Sam’s kid, Max, had his own podcast, but I guess that’s because he’s around eleven. Knowing that Amelia’s out there at three, though, with her own digital camera, already contributing content to the collective consciousness, has me itching to go upstairs, wake Clementine up, and get her going… If only I could direct this impulse toward sports like everyone else.

So, do you know of any cool blogs by kids?

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  1. mark
    Posted March 31, 2007 at 11:20 pm | Permalink

    Just to clarify, I wouldn’t encourage Clementine to get online and write about her life, like I do here. If she wants to do something like that, I think she can wait until she’s an adult, when she can weigh the positives and negatives about making one’s life public. What I like about Ameilia’s site, and the reason I mention it here, is that it’s not really about her. It’s about her photos. And I think that’s very cool.

  2. mitten
    Posted April 1, 2007 at 12:16 am | Permalink

    The kids at Slauson Middle School do a pretty cool podcast:

  3. dorothy
    Posted April 1, 2007 at 9:10 am | Permalink

    i just sent you a link to my grandson’s site. his father started it the day he was born. amazingly, they have a rather large snake and my daughter in law set up a site for him too. they’re not your run of the mill family.

  4. ol' e cross
    Posted April 2, 2007 at 1:37 pm | Permalink

    Good foresight. No doubt Clementine will need a blog to express her feelings after she’s been picked on by the kids whose parents chose instead to enroll them in toddler karate or self-defense classes.

    My favorite quote: “The eye gouge and bite are the meat and potatoes of my kids program.”

  5. cleo love-paste
    Posted April 3, 2007 at 8:36 am | Permalink

    This may be of some interest:

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