The Nintendo Shuffle

14th October 2009

My son loves his Nintendo DS – his uncle bought it for him last year. He would play it all day if I allowed it, which I DO NOT (we’ve had to restrict it to weekends only, and only for short periods of time). The funny thing is when he does play, he is continuously moving around, trying to “get comfortable”. Yesterday, I decided to document it. These pictures are in order, and taken within the 30 minutes he was allowed to play.










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35 thoughts on “The Nintendo Shuffle

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  2. Maureen

    My nephew has that… it seemed to get worse the older he is getting.. 12 now and I think he could play that thing with a herd of elephants in the living room.. He could stand on his head while doing it… Amazing!!!! Fun to be a kid!

  3. Loukia

    Oh my God…. hahahaha! I love it… toooo funny! I’m glad you caught this on your camera… he’s such a good looking boy, Maria, you know? What games does he play? I wonder if my 4 year old is too young? His dad has like 3 DS’s… a wii… a PS3… an XBox, you name it, we have it… but he hasn’t really shown any intest in video games yet…

  4. Traci

    That is hysterical! My dd insists on walking around while she is on the DS that she just got for her birthday. I keep telling her she’s gonna walk into the wall but she keeps on. I do put my foot down though when it comes to the stairs 🙂 lol

  5. That Girl

    Excellent! It must be very important to get in the right position whilst playing DS! Small Child has been on about having one of these for some time now (the nagging started when she was 3!) but Im holding off a while longer! I think I could do with the brain training game though! I just read about your son’s bullying thing at school and it made me so sad. I hope it all gets sorted as I can only imagine how I’ll feel when my girl comes and says this to me. You hit the nail on the head when you said that these are not the things you think of when you decide to have a baby – so hard. Love to you and yours from us in the UK x

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