At home we are not very television. The only time we sit down to watch something is at night and with how easy it is for the internet to choose what you want, it takes away the desire to watch TV channels.
M doesn't seem to pay much attention to screens either (for now). In fact, a few months ago I caught one of those flu that knocks you out of the fight and I used the drawings. It was the only thing I could think of to do to entertain her. His reaction was: 'Ah! Yes, very nice, but let's play mushroom-cabin. '
Sometimes I wanted to do a little research and I asked the mothers at school to recommend some drawings. The answer, with glassy and reddened eyes has been: 'Peppa Pig, Frozen, Dora… I can't take it anymore, we've seen them 200 million times. Are there no other drawings in the world? '
Well it looks like yeah! A few days ago a friend sent me a selection of shorts that she had discovered with her son in the cinema. They are geniaaaaaaaales! As soon as I saw them, I had a terrible desire to share them with you, because yes, there is life beyond Pepa Pig and Frozen.
A few days ago I shared in Facebook the video that I attach below. It is the story of parents who want to teach their child to 'do things right', to 'do things the way they have to be done'. But you end up empathizing with that little boy who wants to make his decisions, who knows what he likes and who has fun creating his own path. It is wonderful!
I liked it so much that I started researching more on the channel that I discovered 'Zebra' learning that being different is also great!
And finally (although it could be time recommending), 'PAtchwork Pals'. They are sooooo pretty. The underlying theme is about how to help the other. Enjoy it! You will tell me if they liked it 😉