Boy, this sure was a busy month for us with Netflix. It rained a lot in Central Florida and the regular TV hardly had anything good in the line up. We know we can always count on Netflix to keep us entertained during the long rain showers and humid nights.
April wasn’t any different, we got addicted to a few good/old shows and couldn’t stop watching till the very last season, like Walking Dead. I know, I know.. it’s just such a good show and I’m super excited that Netflix has it in the line up, anytime anywhere.
I also loved the newly released movies, my favorite… Noah! I was very surprised that the movie was already on Netflix, or maybe I’m loosing track of time? Anyway, thanks to Netflix I was able to check out the movie and I loved it! Have you seen it yet? If not, you better hurry over to Netflix and check it out.
Another movie I really like was Good Luck Chuck, yeah… total chick flick, but perfect for a girls night in. grab a glass of wine, some snacks and you are set for the evening.
Oh, have you seen the Rayburns, from the new Netflix original series, Bloodline yet? They have some dark family secrets they’re willing to do anything to keep from coming out — lying included. Let’s face it, we all lie.
White lies make life easier for parents (The Ice Cream Place is already closed….) or make our kids happy. Young kids make up stories as they learn the difference between fact and fiction, while older kids sometimes lie to cover for each other or to keep themselves out of trouble.
How do you cope when you catch your kid lying? Whether growing pains or more of a laughable moment, we want to hear about it. Check out Bloodline along with some additional kid-friendly titles related to lying and honesty for inspiration.
I’m a mom, I’m not denying that I used a little white lie every so often on all three of my kids and sometimes I still do. That’s what mom’s do, it’s not that we do it on purpose and sometimes at least for me, I tell the kids a little white lie to protect them. especially if I think they will be hurt, disappointed or up sad. Is it the right thing to do?
Probably not… but it’s human nature. However the kids need to learn that lying for a friend, to hide things or to make up stories isn’t a good thing at all. Check out a few movies below that I think are perfect to teach your kids that lying really isn’t the way to go, especially to cover up for a friend.
Liar Liar Pants on Fire ~ Shows for your little ones:
Shows for your bigger kids:
For Teens and us Mom & Dad’s:
For NEW Kids/Family movie releases check this out:
There you have a few great movies for the entire family to enjoy. Some of our favorites that we keep going back to over and over. As you know we love movie nights and the other day I made this delicious Summertime Blueberry Mojito and I served it for our Friday Night Movie night along with some popcorn and the kids loved it. Try it, it’s simple and delicious and you can add your favorite fruit.
What movie did you watch on Netflix this month??
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