Earlier this month, I received an email that Netflix was releasing a new show, Beat Bugs. “That looks cute.” I thought. “My kids would have loved that when they were younger.”
The next day, while I was at Blogher, I received the following photo in a text from Cady.
“Cool.” I responded. “Take photos and then y’all can have whatever you want from the box.” She replied with the following two photos.
“Um… Okay.” I thought. Normally there is a little more available in the box to make it easier for us on the Steam Team to share with our readers. I didn’t think about it much until the next evening when I called home. James was ready for me.
“Cady took ALL of the instruments from the box and won’t let me have ANY.”
“The ones that came in the box.”
I put two and two together and realized he was talking about the Beat Bugs box. I asked him to put Cady on the phone. She put the phone into speaker mode.
“Why did you take all the instruments?”
“I didn’t. We divided them up.”
James hollers from the background. “WELL, SHE TOOK THE HARMONICA!!!!”
“Can you please let him play with the harmonica?”
The next day she calls. “James hid the harmonica and won’t give it back to me.”
Apparently, I was wrong about them not being preschoolers (or at least acting like them). I have heard no more about the harmonica and frankly, I’m afraid to ask about it at this point.
This new Netflix original is inspired by the music of the Beatles and features some of today’s top artists like Jennifer Hudson, P!nk, Sia and Eddie Vedder.” The storylines are kid-friendly and written for the 0 to 4 age group. Your littles will soon be singing some of the best songs ever made. Check out the trailer:
Let me know what you and your kids think about it.
For the older kids, The Little Prince is also new month
And for the tween-age set, the new season of Project Mc2 is now available.
What are your kids watching on Netflix Streaming?