A toddler takes part in a "Baby DJ School" class, aimed at preschool children to learn the basics on how to mix music, in New York, October 7, 2013. The "Baby DJ School" offers an eight-week course, founded and taught by instructor Natalie Elizabeth Weiss, a musician, DJ and composer, suring which she aims to teach children the fundamentals of being a DJ. Geared toward the under-three set, kids are put behind a deck, mixing and matching musical tracks. The cost for the 45-minute class, which is based out of a vintage clothing store in Booklyn is $200. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
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Does this make you wish you were 5 again? Kid world problems are so tough. I wish I had that problem.