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« Reply #15: February 19, 2009, 04:25:09 pm »

My son loves Sesame Street and we have no problems with him watching it. He actually got a Sesame Street DVD for Valentine's Day this year and has pretty much watched it everyday, it isn't a long DVD though... less than an hour.
 

We've got a Sesame Street video as well, and we throw it in for our son every once in while.  He loves it, but he's only 11 months so he can't really pay attention for more than 15 minutes or so. I have no objection to Sesame Street.  (I love the boogie-woogie sheep.)

I want to keep the house a Spongebob-free zone when he gets older.  I just find the animation in that show so visually repulsive I can't even stand to look at the characters.  I don't care for Max and Ruby either; I think Ruby is a bully. 

We don't have cable or satellite; I'm hoping to continue this way while my son is young.  I don't mind him watching TV shows on DVD, but I'd like to keep him away from advertising until he's old enough to talk about it and understand that it's manipulative.

Betty
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