Shumi’s Top Animations in repeat

I know, I guess I’m gonna get a lot of flak for letting my 2 year old daughter unlimited TV time but really she does get something out of it.

She learns how to speak with sort of good english, she learned how to identify colors, she knows how to distinguish bad from good.

So this post is dedicated to those Moms and Parents who are brave enough to expose their kids to TV.

Shrek Series

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Humor: 5 giggles

Violence: 3 axes

Family Fun: 5 stars

Shrek proves to be one scream pacifying franchise where the misadventures of an ogre to his destiny involves toilet humor mixed with solid family values in the setting of our favorite fairy tales.

Puss in Boots

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Humor: 4 giggles

Violence: 4 axes

Family Fun: 4 stars

A Mexican themed spin off of Shrek, with enigmatic dance moves and action that inspires chasing your dreams, Puss tells a tale of a rebel with a heart of gold.

Coraline

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Humor: 3 giggles

Violence: 2 axes

Family Fun: 5 stars

The movie adaptation of a Neil Gaiman masterpiece refreshingly chilling with the appearance of the supernatural and how the girl named Coraline overcame adversaries which threatens her life.

**A Shumi and Mommy hugging movie favorite**

Ratatouille

Humor: 4 giggles

Violence: 2 axes

Family Fun: 4 stars

The hygienic rat that cooks better than most Housewives, the story is deliciously appetizing with a hint of hope to anyone who just believes.

Barbie Barbie and more Barbie

Humor: 3 giggles

Violence: 1 axe

Family Fun: 4 stars

A girl will always be a girl, with Barbies and their fun “kikay” adventures, Daughter learned how to sing and dance with fun positive tunes.

Tinkerbell (Fairy Movie Series)

Humor: 3 giggles

Violence: 1 axe

Family Fun: 4 stars

Whether it’s Fairy Rescue, Lost Treasure or Pixie Hallow Games, Tinkerbell always promotes team work and honesty as winning core abilities to a successful community. Tinkerbell is sooo cute pa, Eat yer Pixie dust 🙂

I never got old to stop watching movies for kids, Animations are meant not just for kids but for the kids at heart.

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