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post #41 of 45
My son is a year older and the same way. Barney was loved by him (although I would have not shown them to him ever except SIL got him hooked!). Kipper, Max & Ruby, Little Bear - those are the most mellow ones I have seen.
post #42 of 45
My almost 4yo son is sensitive to "bad guys" and tension on television thus we do very little of it. One thing that has worked for us is the scholastic videos which are "movies" made out of books. The "chicka chicka boom boom" movie is much better than the book, IMO. They only use the illustrations in the books and sometimes animate them, sometimes its identical to the book and its like you're turning the pages. This method also avoids all marketing and commercials. Sometimes we have the book s first and sometimes he begs for the books after he's seen the movie.
post #43 of 45
barney, sesame street, little bear, berenstain bears, ....really any of the sing-a-long videos are not going to be too intense for your little guy...try wiggles ..kidsongs ...elmo, etc.
post #44 of 45
my 3.3 dd is SCARED of swiper
she likes winnie the pooh
the only disney i don't abhor
post #45 of 45
Wow, this is amazing! Our 3-year-old DS is VERY sensitive. I didn't realize there are so many others like him (very reassuring!)

I thought for sure Barney would disturb him, but there's something about that dino he really likes - (I just recently discovered this.)

His other favorites are Winnie-the-Pooh (though there are a few scenes that upset him...

Our son also seems to enjoy Sesame Street.
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