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    Default Spin off: what tv shows are your kids scared of?

    from the thread about children knowing the meaning / using the word kill, some ppl mentioned their kids are scared of various tv shows which they though kid friendly.

    My 3yo DS is scared of Fireman Sam, Thomas, BOb the builder... strange cause he loves the characters in books and toys?

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    DS gets very emotional in movies. He gets very upset watching Finding Nemo and almost in full tears in Lilo and Stich.

    He's not really scared of any tv shows that he's watched

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    Dd1 gets scared of any movie that has even the hint of scary. basically anything that is not G rated and some that are. Will be back when I think of examples.

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    DD1 is 7 and a half and she is absolutely horrified by Horrible Histories. Gives her the heebee geebees.

    DD2 (nearly 4) gets very upset in movies when someone is mean. Eg they were watching Monsters vs Aliens during school hols and after the girl is hit by the meteorite and grows really tall her friends and parents are scred of her and she's alone. DD2 cried her eyes out. The thought of her family leaving her terrifies her so anything to do with that.

    But zombies, vampires, ghouls - nope their fine with any of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    DS gets very emotional in movies. He gets very upset watching Finding Nemo and almost in full tears in Lilo and Stich.

    He's not really scared of any tv shows that he's watched
    I get sad in nemo

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    Boy I look after is terrified of Dorothy the dinosaur. Bursts into tears when the wiggles comes on!

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    DD3 is 3 and is scared of Garfield she quivers from it and I have no idea why!!

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    All of my kids are scared of lazy town. Even the 7 year old lol

    My 3yo and four year olds are scared of Fireman Sam and Thomas the tank.

    They are all scared of most kids movies lol. The only one they will watch is the Winnie the Pooh movie. And happy feet

    I think my kids are a bit sheltered haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4underfour View Post
    All of my kids are scared of lazy town. Even the 7 year old lol

    My 3yo and four year olds are scared of Fireman Sam and Thomas the tank.

    They are all scared of most kids movies lol. The only one they will watch is the Winnie the Pooh movie. And happy feet

    I think my kids are a bit sheltered haha
    Lazy Town is creepy! DS hasnt been scared of anything he has seen.
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    Finding Nemo. That movie is actually pretty intense for under 5's!


 

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