They can't type, but they have websites

The New York Times writes about parents buying up domains for their newborn, sometimes even unborn, children. Luke Seeley's dad bought his domain, lukeseeley.com soon after an ultrasound told them their child was a boy. I'm glad they didn't change their minds about the child's name!

Mr. Seeley says, "It's like owning a piece of real estate online for him. By the time he's a teenager and he's really into the Internet, who knows what's going to be left in terms of domains?

Interesting idea, unfortunately I moved too slow for my daughter, madisonsummers.com is a porn site. And no, it does not belong to my seven-year-old. There's still hope for my son though at MaxwellSummers.com.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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