Nursery Rhymes with Mothergoose Club

Written by Elena @The Art of Making a Baby on. Posted in BABY, Life as a Toddler, TODDLER, VIDEO

I wrote earlier about Lexi being in love with Mothergoose club songs. We have their CDs and DVDs and she often watches (read: dances to) them on YouTube.

One day I decided to try out the DVDs that came with CDs that we’ve been listening to for months and she freaked! She loved having the characters singing and performing on the big screen where she could freely dance and “sing” with them. I love how she couldn’t believe they were there and kept tapping on the screen on each one of them.

I managed to videotape the tail end of her excitement, so the next day I made sure  to have my camera handy and turned it on again. She had so much fun. We don’t do it often any more, I don’t think I put it on the big screen since then, but I need to remember to occasionally treat her to their big performance.

Make sure to get to the itsy bitsy spider part, I adore the way she dances/signs to it. This video melts my heart and I know will be one of the most treasured memories I have of little Lexi at 17-18 months being the cutest little bug ever.

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  • Anna

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    Wow this is a really BIG TV esp for some1 who doesn’t like watching it lol LOVE it!

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    • Elena @The Art of Making a Baby

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      That’s not a TV silly Anna :) That’s a screen with a monitor. There is no TV hooked up to it :) And we LOVE watching movies on it! Especially special effects

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  • Jena

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    Oh my goodness, how precious! She is absolutely adorable!

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  • Verna

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    Garrett and Avery loved watching her! 😉 So cute!

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  • Arden

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    Oh my! Lexi is so adorable!

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  • Corinne

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    Wow you weren’t kidding with the movie theater room!!
    Little lexi is such a performer! Loved the baa baa baa baa baa!

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  • Paloma

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    Aww such an adorable video! She’s growing so fast!!

    I do have one question. How is this not considered screen time? I understand it is not a “TV” but as you said you watch movies. I really can’t see the difference. I don’t care if you allow your child to watch or not watch but I was just curious as to where this stands.

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    • Elena @The Art of Making a Baby

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      This is definitely screen time.
      I am not opposed to screen time. Just to mindless children’s TV programs and the amount of screen time.

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  • Mama's Secret

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    Is that like a projector? how cool is that!!

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  • LeeAnn

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    OMG what kid wouldn’t freak over life sized characters lol?!

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