Just got my daughter an iPod Touch. I also have an iPhone 3GS without a SIM card that I use basically use as an iPod Touch. My wife has an iPhone 3GS that is fully functional. All are associated with my Apple ID. After I got the iPod Touch for my daughter, I upgraded my iPhone to iOS 5. Unfortunately that means any iMessage sent to my Apple ID (which people think belongs to my daughter because she used iMessage first) actually goes to my iPhone instead. I considered getting an Apple ID for her, but that leads to another problem--no more sharing of paid apps among the phones. She (or, more accurately I) will have to purchase any apps even if I already paid for them on my iOS product. (Also, you're not allowed to have an Apple ID if you're under 13, though that's easily worked around). So what's the solution? How can she use her phone and get her messages and FaceTime, etc. separately from me?