All of three years old, he knew every single bird on Angry Birds. Their names, what they did, and even at what level they appeared. He could demolish the piggies with one swish of his index finger, but he struggled to throw a ball, much less catch it. When a butterfly fluttered near him, he couldn’t be bothered to look up- it was just something that interfered with his game.
The world, for him, revolved around the i-pad, nothing existed beyond that.
It is easy to berate the child. But is his addiction his fault, or that of his parents?
A Drabble is a story told in exactly 100 words.