We're regulars to the PBS kids daytime programming and I love it. @ enjoys Seasame Street and for some reason Teletubbies (a show adults can't understand even when they focus their effort to it). And I am rediscovering how much I love Mr. Roger's Neighborhood. Truly a wonderful show. A little old for @ but he likes the make believe. And the shows are timeless. A few weeks ago we went down to the set of "The Incredible Hulk" circo 1981-ish. Still Lou Ferrigno is amazing. We learned how to make blue jeans one day- very interesting when you see it done. Last week we talked about divorce all week. Prince Tuesday wished he didn't have to have feeling because sometimes they hurt. We talked about what to do with our mad or sad feelings. This week we've gone to an applesauce factory and yesterday we made granola and went to a Tofu factory. Love it.
Between the Lions is one of my new favorites on PBS. They do a lot of book reading and phonics stuff. But the songs are dynamite. The people who come up with these songs are genius.
Got to get back Clifford's Puppy Days is on.