It doesn’t seem to matter what we are watching, he will sit there enraptured by it for 20-30 minutes. At first it was cute, but now I’m a little concerned... should I be?
We struggle with our 5 year old who is currently interested in scary movies. He has split homes and the knowledge of it has come from the opposite home. Often, different characters come out at different times and has taken his father and I by shock. He has mentioned Pennywise, Michael Myers, Jason, Freddy, etc. At our house, we do not allow scary videos, movies or figures. It all started about ... More
My 18 month old recent discovered blippi and is obsessed. Before this he never gave the tv a chance now all he wants to do is watch blippi. He’s sick of his toys (Christmas is coming so I’m buying toys for then) and where I live it’s now full blown winter now and hard to get out to the park or for a walk. I’ve been trying to keep him entertain and do creative things with him be he only lasts so... More
Hello Moms. Me and my husband always loved to go to the movies, but since we haved our baby girl is kind of a problem. Since we just arrived in the country and have 0 family and friends here, and we don't have a baby sitter yet. Do you think is a problem, or the movie theaters will allowed a 2 year old kid in the movies? Of course that in will be in children's movies. She already love t... More
I keep telling him that's not realistic but I don't want to crush his dreams. What should I do or say?
All of the shows are in French with minimal English-speaking early learners can't follow along... Any suggestions??
I was trying to figure out why my 3 year old kept calling her sister Margaret (her name is Aubrey) that thinking she might have a friend named Margaret. Then I realized it's the name of Daniel Tiger's sister. We may need to lay off the Daniel Tiger for a bit... 😂😂
My wife and I love watching BBC nature documentaries (Life, Planet Earth, etc.) with our 1 year old son. Everything about the experience is beautiful and beneficial, in our opinion, with one exception - the graphic natural deaths. While death is a natural part of life and is perfectly acceptable as part of these documentaries, we are hesitant to expose our son to such graphic death at such an e... More
I am curious how much time you all allow your children to have screen time. I have a 21 month old little boy who was able to watch a bit too much TV (Mickey Mouse to be exact) for two weeks and now I’m trying to get back to limiting time, which makes him upset. I had a hysterectomy so I was limited on what all I could do to keep him busy and happy while I was recovering. I am being a stickler, ... More
This is a good one, just some ideas. Thought y'all might enjoy this. https://afineparent.com/positive-parenting-faq/screen-addiction.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=495736-how-to-protect-your-family-from-screen&utm_source=lists%2F40942-AFineParent-Com-Inspiration-And-Tips&simplero_object_id=su_4G4ohUCvMLmwueipbykAxrBG
I’m intimidated and amazed by parents that don’t allow their children any screen time in this day and age. My family lives thousands of miles away, and I videochat them daily. It helps us stay connected with them and eases the loneliness of being a SAHM in an unfamiliar place. Additionally, I didn’t graduate high school too long ago, and we used technology by way of laptops, projectors, smart... More
Taylor Swift type sound but without her problematic themes
Other than Peppa Pig, are there any full cartoons that are entirely in Spanish or Mandarin? Preferably on YouTube or Netflix? I can find short clips on YouTube here and there but I’d love if I could find a 20+ minute cartoon all in Spanish or Chinese. TIA!
What is considered too much TV for a baby? My LO is 12mo next week. I don't have the TV on often as she kind of gets zoned out when she watches Super Simple Songs. It worried me a bit so stopped turning on the TV so much. I only turn on the TV when she is super grumpy and there is nothing else that she wants to do. What do ya'll think?
Mine is getting like 45 mins to an hour of Shrek everyday so I can cook dinner. I have read everything about how they shouldn’t have any and I’m afraid I’m ruining him but it’s the only way I can get dinner cooked.
Today I was watching a family member's kid who is 6. My daughter is 2. My daughter's favorite movie is Shrek. So for lunch I put it on for them while they ate to get them calm. When they came to pick their daughter up, she was super excited to tell them they watched Shrek. They seemed fine with it left and shortly after I received a long text on how they think I'm a bad parent for l... More