Mark Zuckerberg shares how it feels to teach his kid to type. Parents may relate
Many parents may agree that parenting is no easy feat. There are times when teaching a certain skill to your kid can test your patience. Turns out, the case is the same with Mark Zuckerberg too. In a post he shared how it feels for him to teach his kid to type. There is a high possibility you’ll relate to his share.
Taking to Facebook Mark Zuckerberg shared an image along with a caption about coding for kid. While replying to his own post, he shared about his feelings of teaching his daughter to type.
“Also, I just want to say that teaching a kid to type is one of the greatest tests of patience I have ever experienced. August types at literally 1-2wpm. And when she gets a few letters into a word and then makes a mistake and accidentally presses delete three times instead of once and then has to retype the whole word, I feel like I'm just going to lose it,” he wrote.
That’s not all, in yet another update on the same post, he also talked about the Elsa sticker on his laptop. “And yeah, that's a sticker of Elsa on my laptop,” he wrote.
Take a look at the post:
Since being shared, Zuckerberg’s post has gathered tons of comments from people. “That’s called parenting!! Patience is a tree of sour roots, and sweet fruits!!” shared a Facebook user. “Breath,” suggested another. “Haha, same here,” wrote a third.
What are your thoughts on Mark Zuckerberg’s post?