Netflix has you covered, morning, noon, and night

From the moment my daughter wakes up until the moment she goes to sleep she asks to watch her shows on Netflix. It takes routine and communication with her for her to understand that we aren’t going to spend every second in front of the television.

But with the incredible shows that Netflix has to offer how unfair is that?!

So in order for her to be able to soak in all of the amazing series’ that Netflix has to offer she does her fair share of bargaining.

At breakfast she requests cereal and a couple episodes of Some Assembly Required.

As soon as she comes home from school she’s army crawling across the floor towards the remote to turn on World of Winx or Richie Rich and attempting to get there before I spot her.

And if she’s allowed, before bed she’ll watch one or two shows of Barbie Life in the Dream House or Ask the Storybots.

The great thing with Netflix is the selection, and our daughter is an only child, so she doesn’t have to compromise with anyone when it comes to watching a show.

The children’s programs is phenomenal, keeps her attention, and is learning centred.

Netflix is always adding new, fresh episodes with kids in mind and their settings can be changed with little crowds in mind.

So whether the audience is young or old know that the shows you watch can be tailored to your tastes, any time of day or night.

That’s the beauty of Netflix.


I am a Netflix affiliate. All opinions are my own.

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