Toddler Media Diet

The little man is starting to have strong opinions about what we play and read and listen to and watch. And while I have been able to steer his tastes in the past, he has started making his own picks too.

Sometimes I can steer those as well; he likes the newest Thor and Spider-Man movies, and we got him a 12-inch tall Hulk action figure that he treats like a baby doll.

Sometimes he misses big. He found and made us watch a Netflix show that appears to be just a GoPro mounted on the front of a passenger train through Norway. It is 7 hours long.

But his most recent pick is a winner. It’s called Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, and it is basically a French CG mix of Sailor Moon and Spider-Man. It has the odd rhythm of a dubbed show, and he loves the repetitious transformation sequences. I appreciate a show like this being given some production value, and we can’t wait to start season 2 which dropped this week.

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The Life and Death of Aqua Teen Hunger Force – Paste

The Life and Death of Aqua Teen Hunger Force (pastemagazine.com)
Adult Swim's flagship show is ending its run, and its creators David Willis and Matt Maiellaro talk about 15 years of making one of the most surreal shows on TV.

When asked what they’ll miss the most about the show, Maiellaro immediately jokes “the money. All the money we’ve made from it.”

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The Life and Death of Aqua Teen Hunger Force – Paste

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