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    None. But that's because I don't watch any during the day. We listen to radio, read books... will hopefully add gardening and board games to that when bub is older. I procrastinate enough as it is; from past experience I know that if I watched telly during the day I'd get nothing done. Personally I'd like to get rid of it, but that wouldn't go down well with the other half. We have sat bub in front of sesame street once, to distract him while cutting his hair with the clippers. Worked a treat because he hardly ever sees the thing on.

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    My daughter is 8 months old and I generally have it on in the background in lounge room when at home which she looks at whilst she is playing with her toys, generally the songs catch her attention once they finish she continues to play. I dont see a problem with it have to do what works and as long as you are spending time with your lo, playing , reading, singing etc then everything in moderation I would never get cleaning or meals prepared if she wasnt preoccupied with something


 

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