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    We are watching a bit of Disney and Disney XD on Foxtel atm so the Star Wars Lego/other Lego shows are cool. We watch SpongeBob. I am a bit meh about the rest.

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    Sarah & Duck
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    Ra Ra the noisy lion - although ra ra is often a bit of a sh!t ! And the least interesting character

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    Not really a show but a short, still we record them all on the Foxtel box, Molang is my favourite.
    If I was allowed to watch I think Mofy is adorable. But my two year old thinks it's about as fun as watching grass grow.
    Her faves are Molang, Hey Duggee and Team Umizoomi.

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    I quite like Curious George - it's kinda cute.

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    Fireman Sam
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    Shaun the Sheep. The actual movie was hilarious

    I'll quite happily watch them without the kids. But I admit my tastes reflect that I have 3 boys!

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    I really like dirtgirl. But I see that both at home and on the hub I'm on my own. DD doesn't like it.

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    Hey Duggee, Ben and Holly, Peppa, Sesame Street - especially the letter and number of the day songs and when they do spoofs (not sure if right word) of adult things like Star Wars and Game of Thrones

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    Daniel tiger. After watching so much bratty peppa pig, Daniel tiger is so refreshing with his lessons on dealing with big feelings and being a good friend. My daughter quite often tells me she should take a deep breath and count to 4 when she's sad / angry / whatever, but hasn't quite figured out how to put it into practice in those moments of big feelings haha.

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    I like Hey Duggee, Daniel Tiger, Mister Maker, DirtGirlWorld & Curious George.
    DD1 has only just come around to dirtgirl, but she loves the rest & I'm happy with that. She was obsessed with 'Monkey George' for over a year and I'm more than happy to let her binge watch that. She's learned a lot from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smallpotatoes View Post
    Hey Duggee, Ben and Holly, Peppa, Sesame Street - especially the letter and number of the day songs and when they do spoofs (not sure if right word) of adult things like Star Wars and Game of Thrones
    Yes, some of the spin offs Sesame Street do of tv shows and movies are really good. The Game of Thrones one was brilliant!


 

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