Friday, June 15, 2007

Brought to you by PBS

Mark loves Curious George, and Thomas & Friends, and Elmo, and Bob the Builder, and Clifford. Not that I let him sit and watch TV all day long. I usually let him watch one or two shows, depending upon when Abby is up from her nap. (The TV room is right outside their bedroom.) Mark adores these shows, and for the most part I think they are good for him. They really are pretty educational. Sesame Street has taught Mark several new signs in sign language, how to count to 10, some of the letter of the alphabet and other good things.

But just the other day Mark did something that was horrible.

He... Oh, I can't even say it.

OK. Do it quick, like a band aid.

HE-LIKED-TELETUBBIES. Oh, the horror. Not that I think they are gay, even though they might be a little creepy. I just can't stand the whole bouncy bellied, kool-aid colored, squiggly headed, annoying show. And what is with the rabbits already?


Damselfly said...

I've caught a few episodes of Big, Big World and think it's really cute! I hardly recognize Sesame Street anymore, though!

Marz said...

lol! I'm so glad Nate never got into Teletubbies or The Wiggles or Barney.
He does love his Thomas though & I don't mind, they taught him all their #s.

Fidget said...

we all despise big big world here. I'd rather watch teletubbies on repeat for 6 hours then watch an hour of big big world.

Anonymous said...

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ONwebCHECK said...

My boy loves bob the builder. He can play with it for hours....