Rob Fee of Mandatory.com, has envisioned a Facebook for toddlers in which the magic of the every day is given a bit, just a bit, of a juvenile twist. That's right, instead of photos taken with pop stars and actors popping up in the feed or status updates revolving around philosophical ramblings and thoughts about dinner, Facebook for toddlers would involve mysterious spoon airplanes, Elmo meetups and a busy day of watching Frozen over and over again.
Hilarious and adorable, the Facebook for toddlers provides an interesting argument as to why children shouldn't be tuned into social media like tweens, teens and adults are. It's all about sharing, and they are more sponges than water themselves. Unless they are evil geniuses like Family Guy's Stewie.
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