Family Movie Fun with Netflix
05/20/2013 10:03 PM
05/20/2013 10:03 PM
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of NETFLIX. However, all the comments here are my own.
When I was a kid I waited all week long until Saturday mornings so I could get my cartoon fix. Now fast forward to today: my kids never have to wait for cartoons to come on one day away because NETFLIX gives them the accessibility to watch what they want, when they want. All mama has to do is turn them on whatever device makes sense like my iPad, computer and of course, the TV. Gotta love streaming video, right? All I have to do is hit up the dedicated kids section (designed by Common Sense Media for kids ages 2- 12) on NETFLIX and press play.Happy kids means a happy mama. In the mornings to get the kids ready for school they request always ask for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Road Rally. When they get home and we have snack time, it's always a little Jake and the Never Land Pirates for both of little sweeties. The four-year-old boy dominates the watching choices for both of them - at least until the 20-month girl can talk. And then it's all over! Until then she seems to enjoy Cars Toons: Mater’s Tall Takes although her brother "lets her watch" Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue - even though I know he secretly likes it, too! But the favorite show of both of them is without a doubt Thomas & Friends: Go Go Thomas. We are definitely a "Thomas" family since everything from my son's room, all his toys, even his lunch box are all Thomas. So no doubt we treat Thomas like a special occasion everytime we watch it. His presence on the screen is like Friday night at the movies. And until my kids get a little older, Netflix makes it possible to have Family Movie Night without paying an arm and a leg. And of course, begin the movie at 6 pm so we can still make bedtime AND bathroom breaks WITHOUT missing the movie! What are you watching on TV with your family? Netflix has family favorites from Disney, Disney Jr., Hasbro, Cartoon Network and Dreamworks that are available to stream anytime, anywhere. And streaming is easier than you think! Download the free app on your iPad, click on the Netflix app on any gaming device, go to the website on your computer – and you’re in business. Check it out here!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of NETFLIX .
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