- Dec 28, 2012
Maybe try watching The Dog Whisperer.That having them in your lap thing only works up to a point though. When my son was younger (like before he could walk) - I could hold him in my lap when I was working from home and he'd actually do ok. I'd put up something that moved on one computer monitor - while I used the other one to do what I had to do.
Now that he's older - and semi-talking - it would just be impossible, he'd be pulling the headphones off my head, throw the cordless mouse on the floor - and if I put him down in the room he'd go around the back of my computer and probably pull all the cables out. He already gets into the AV setup I have on the TV and changes the channels on the receiver, shuts off the powered subwoofer or changes all the dial settings around - etc.