@vesuvius:  Don't worry man, we'll do all of that, but it's still winter here so we read and play and watch soccer/football.  She doesn't spend a lot of time on the devices - maybe 15-20 minutes, 2 times a day, tops, but I haven't counted.  Mainly she wants to walk, and she just stood up by herself about a week ago, in her crib, pulling herself up.  She's got a few words as well.  Momma, daddy and/or Nadia (we aren't sure half the time about that one), and hi.  And she says Neh for milk, which is an extension of her reflex sound for hunger, since we reinforced it, but we always say, "Neh?  Milk?" when she says it now to teach her.  I studied early childhood development in neuroscience and it's a passion of mine, so I am very interested in making sure she learns and is exposed to nature and has a well rounded education.  Thanks for the concern though. 

P.S. I'm using stuff like this:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxMnF60_Jxg based on teachings from people like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51lijw6gkB4, to teach numeracy and literacy.  And working on a  Surface RT app (EDIT:  I mean Modern UI ... ugh ... app).