It's only a matter of time before the machines rise up against us and become our overlords, right? We rely on our gadgets and devices for everything and would plummet into chaos without them. Some of you might feel the only course of action is to destroy all technology and revert to a pre-tech way of life, but I say we need to ingratiate ourselves to the machines. One way we can do that is let them raise our children. My kids' iPad is a better mom than me anyway, so I don't think this will go too badly.
Before you jump to conclusions or feel the need to defend me, I'm not really being self-deprecating here. I think I'm a pretty good mom, if I do say so myself, but I'm also pragmatic and willing to look at myself critically. When I do, I see that there are areas in which the iPad has definitely one-upped me. Rather than take it personally, I just see it as a sign of the impending Robopocalypse and use it as a way to plan for the future.
The best part, of course, is that I think my children, and especially my kindergartener, is going to be totally down with this plan, because he loves the iPad like a mother already. I mean, why shouldn't he?