This has been discussed, and will be repeatedly discussed.
This has been asked, and will be repeatedly asked.
This has been in your wish list and will be popping up in your list again.
But our answer, at least mine, would still be, not yet.
My answer before stays. You are getting your PSP if you could already pay for one.
I am not paying for something very expensive that would provide my kids a world of their own. I still wanted to be a part of your world.
I am not paying for something very expensive that would keep you from talking to me anymore. I still wanted to hear you talk to me, ask me endless questions, pester me, even.
I am not paying for something very expensive that would keep you busy alone while we impatiently wait in line. I still wanted those stolen moments when you would wrap yourself around me, ask me endlessly 'are we next yet?'
I am not paying for something very expensive that would keep you quiet during long drives. I still wanted to play those 'i see something that you dont see' games while on a trip.
I am not paying for something very expensive that would keep me from smelling your sweaty little bodies. I still wanted to have you snuggling with me when you are bored saying, 'and what should we do now?'
I know most of your friends have PSPs. But as I always tell you, 'being the minority doesnt mean you are missing something. It just simply mean, you chose the alternative.'
And by chosing no PSP -- you chose to play with your dolls, to go around with your bike, to build things with your playmobil, to create crafts and arts with your papers and colors, to discover the world together with your friends and with your family.
There would be enough time in the future to enjoy your PSP.
For now, let's enjoy each other!