"Virtually Indestructible Keyboard" goes nicely with baby- and toddler-friendly software
Ben is a smart, smart man.
I recently read your post on Giggles Software for babies and toddlers. The idea seemed great, but I was reluctant to let my baby get his hands on my MacBook Pro. Nor did I want to toss perfectly good money away on "disposable" keyboards that took up a lot of space.
I was at the computer store the other day and saw the Virtually Indestructible Keyboard and thought it was a perfect match for the Giggles software. It was inexpensive, rubber coated, and water (drool) proof. I grabbed one, downloaded the Giggles software, plugged in the keyboard, and sat down with my wee one for a little fun. He pounded away at the rubber keys without causing any damage. When he was done, I rolled the keyboard up and stored it away. Now whenever he wants to play with Daddy's computer, I just unroll the VIK and let him have fun.