I Let My Toddler Use my iPad

I woke up a bit disheveled this morning.  I spent most of the night tossing and turning and I wasn’t my typical chipper self. I needed a bit of time before I was ready to deal with my toddler, and the best way to get me out of my funk would be a nice hot shower.  Obviously, nothing too long and relaxing, since I am home alone with my three year old.  I’ll just drag his beanbag into my bathroom so I can watch him while I shower.  He’s still in his PJ’s so I give him his morning bottle, his blankie, and …..my iPad (shhhh, don’t tell my husband).  Normally, we don’t allow our youngest to watch too much television, but this isn’t really the same as TV, right?  I mean, it’s kind of educational, no?  Oh well, I’ll be quick. I’m really enjoying my shower, the hot water pounding on my back, warming all my sore muscles.  And as I begin to lather, I realize my son is quite content lounging on the beanbag, relaxing with his “educational” program.  I guess I don’t actually need to rush.  As I step out of the shower, he is completely enthralled with what he is watching and I manage to slip out of the bathroom without him noticing.  Usually, he is keenly aware of my every step, and I can barely move without him following me.  Maybe he’s beginning to develop a sense of independence.  Just as I finish getting dressed, I hear him.  “MOOOOMMMMM!!!!”  I rush back into the bathroom, nearly slipping on the wet floor only to realize...