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I am not really a fan of Sesame Street because some of their episodes are not really appropriate for kids.
Wow. Ooooh sorry.... :(
Was it the whole chasing thing? Giant ball of doom or what? I, personally, thought the talking boulder part was the scariest... creeeeepy face and weido mouth. ick.
But I still like the tie to Indiana Jones - a favorite in our family (except Zoey still hasn't seen it... and that will be awhile - years and years...)
I'm convinced more than 50% of Sesame Street is for the adults... "True Mud" and "Dancing with Triangles" I mean, c'mon! Didn't they even spoof "Mad Men"? Ick.
Nothing says toddler educational like making fun of the abuse of women in the early age of advertising! ;)
I hope Soren recovers well.
Yes, the Sesame Street-for-adults phenomenon is fascinating! On one hand, kudos to them for cracking the formula that gets parents to watch TV with their kids. On the other hand, STOP SCARING MY TODDLER, SESAME STREET! :)
Loving the Zoey pics on your blog! She is so beautiful!!!
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