Tonight, we read the actual book, and he started trying the get the moon to twirl. Later in the video which was too long to email to myself to post, he tried to get the balloon to launch and became frustrated because it wasn't moving. I had to tell him that it was broken, which kind of appeased him.
Are our kids too digital??? I believe the answer is yes, but for a kid that rarely plays with the iPad except the few minutes he sits on the potty before bath, I'm trying not to let it bother me too much. I'm very thankful that he can go into his room, take some books off the shelf, and "read" them to himself, but I'm fearful about how much technology to which he is exposed, and I try to keep him away from TV, my iPhone, computer, and iPad at all costs. I sure hope he doesn't become uninterested in the real Goodnight Moon just because it isn't interactive. I cringe at that thought.