Be Nice! And Put Down that Sticky Spatula! Netflix SAVE ME! #StreamTeam

I am at the end of our summer break here TURN DOWN THE TV!
I have mixed emotions about it STOP SCREAMING AT YOUR SISTER!
On one hand, I am sad to see them go OMG IF I HAVE TO COME UP THERE SOMEONE WILL BE SORRY!
On the other, I think I need a little break THAT IS IT! DON’T MAKE ME USE YOUR MIDDLE NAMES!
Just a little one.
Now that my girls are getting back into the school routine, life lessons still need to continue.
ESPECIALLY LISTENING TO THEIR MOTHER AND NOT FIGHTING WITH EACH OTHER.
Oops, did I say that out loud?

It’s that time of year again where kids are shoved into tiny rooms with 20 other kids for seven to eight hours a day without eating a snack every 45 minutes and told to get along, be nice, use your manners.
It is hard, I get it.
But these life lessons among others need to be ingrained.
Its called growing up.
Preparing for the future.
Like, someday, you will be working a 10 hour shift with a very snarly person and not get a lunch and you will have to make nice.
That’s life.But myself being emotionally drained after a long summer WHY ARE YOU HITTING YOUR SISTER? AGAIN?? I am ready for some help in the life lesson department.
Netflix has me covered.
WHAT DID I DO BEFORE NETFLIX?

They have some great titles to help promote kindness and acceptance for adults and teens such as:

Rudy (shhh this movie makes my hubs cry shhhhhh) and the television show Glee.

There are some great kids titles that help with OMG PLEASE STOP BRUSHING BARBIE’S HAIR WITH DADDY’S TOOTHBRUSH! compassion.

Gulp.

Daniel Tiger is a favorite of my six year old.
Until a school mate told her it was a baby show.
THAT child maybe needs to be taught compassion?
Sorry. 
Mama Bear moment. 
It is still a secret favorite now.

Now if you will excuse me, back to HOLY CHEESEBALLS CAN SOMEONE PLEASE TURN OFF THE WATER IN THE BATHROOM SINK??

 

I am a member of the Netflix Stream Team. Meaning, for the
next year, once a month I will be writing posts about how my family is
using our Netflix. They provided me with a Roku and a voucher for my
Netflix account.

4 thoughts on “Be Nice! And Put Down that Sticky Spatula! Netflix SAVE ME! #StreamTeam

  1. Kari

    We have resorted to unimaginable amounts of screen time around here. It's insane.
    And eft that kid. I was ecstatic when my kids agreed to watch Daniel Tiger the other day. It's so adorable, and I don't want them to stop watching cute things like that.

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