Twelve year olds who didn’t get a cell phone during the back to school season are hoping one will be in their Christmas stocking.
In recent studies, a majority of parents said they’d buy their child a cell phone between the ages of 10 and 14.
Classic toys (Monopoly, Pretty Pony, etc.) that have ridden a wave of nostalgic popularity will compete for attention among all the digital gadgets which dominate wish lists.
Today’s Lego-loving parents share the same click-ability with their kids that they enjoyed during their childhood. But I wonder: what will today’s digi-kids pass on to their children?