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user banned 2 kids; Iowa 7762 posts
9th Mar '13
Quoting carla468:" Mickey Mouse clubhouse but there are some others. Anyone else ever feel guilty for just plopping your ... [snip!] ... your kid or kids in front of the TV??? I hate that they watch TV alot but its the only way i can get things done or relax!"


When I feel like they've had enough tv I put a CD in their dvd player. They like having noise. They don't seem to care that it's not a cartoon, as long as their is some kind of noise going on.



I usually put on a relaxing moods type of CD with soft music like Enya or Enigma. Helps relax them and they tend to play very quietly and nicely with eachother.

Samantha (+ 1.5) Due September 14 (boy); 1 child; Rhode Island 6123 posts
9th Mar '13

Used to be yo gabba gabba, now she won't even watch it anymore now that she's discovered Sesame Street.



She's obsessed, I HATE it lol.

user banned California 36390 posts
9th Mar '13

Blues Clues and Busytown Mysteries

saageex3 1 child; New York 5777 posts
9th Mar '13

Yo Gabba Gabba lol that's the only show she can watch a straight episode of but she also loves Dora, Diego, fresh beat band and spongebob. I took her to see a yo Gabba concert though and she LOVED it

Kimberly Taddei Due October 19 (boy); 2 kids; Elgin, Texas 295 posts
9th Mar '13

My little guy loves Pocoyo.

Serial Mom ✄ 18 kids; Michigan 2690 posts
9th Mar '13

Reading everyone's responses, it makes me realize how much I love having a 9, almost 10 year old! I don't miss those annoying shows one bit.



She loves Adventure Time and Regular Show, which are both actually very good and very watchable. She also likes most of the shows I like and watch.



My time is coming though.. I have a 9 month old who will soon be watching all those annoying shows! Though I don't mind some of them, like Sesame Street.

Nancy Botwin 2 kids; Pennsylvania 2182 posts
9th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting saageex3:</b>" Yo Gabba Gabba lol that's the only show she can watch a straight episode of but she also loves Dora, Diego, fresh beat band and spongebob. I took her to see a yo Gabba concert though and she LOVED it"</blockquote>




I didn't know they had concerts! I have to look in to this. He would just love it. Daddy would want to lobotomize himself lol.

GL♣PC♥BC 3 kids; Atlanta, GA, United States 9408 posts
9th Mar '13

Little Einsteins and I am perfectly okay with that!

Nameless Ghoul 2 kids; Sweden 6452 posts
9th Mar '13

Little Einsteins, Super Why, and Sesame Street here :P

Raggedy Mom 1 child; Irmo, 344 posts
9th Mar '13

my DD (11 months) LOVES the tangled movie. seriously, we watch tangled every day, it's the only way i can get a shower in the morning. she finds mother gothel hilarious.
she likes sesame street too, especially grover. doesn't really pay attention to anything else except the silly AFN commercials.

Squid Kid Unavailable, NA, United States 32180 posts
9th Mar '13

Blues Clues. She gets SO excited when she sees it and is very interactive, it's taught her a few words and dances, too.



She also loves Super Why and My Little Pony

saageex3 1 child; New York 5777 posts
9th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Nancy Botwin:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting saageex3:</b>" Yo Gabba Gabba lol that's the only show she can ... [snip!] ... I didn't know they had concerts! I have to look in to this. He would just love it. Daddy would want to lobotomize himself lol."</blockquote>




They do! They have an official website you can go to and look up where they will be going. They're on tour right now and were 3 exits away from my town. I payed 167 for 2 adults and 2 kids and its not crazy long either, it's just enough to keep their attention and not have them out late. Biz markie was there too so it was also a little part that the parents got to enjoy :)

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
9th Mar '13

DD is 13 months and she loves phonics farm on netflix, its what I puton when I need to do stuff around the house. lol

And she likes Blues Clues, but not as much as phonics farm.

herbal baby 1 child; Tennessee 130 posts
9th Mar '13

My daughter doesn't watch much television. We don't have cable, so we're limited to what's available on Netflix or Hulu Plus. When we are around cable, she gets irritated easily with the sheer onslaught of constant commercials!



That said, her favourite "children's" show is Ruby Gloom.
She also enjoys one specific "normal" show - Community.

SurvivingApril 18 kids; West Virginia 174 posts
9th Mar '13

team umizoomi