Is #unplugged week getting easier for you all? It’s so funny, we’ve found that we are the ones who rely on the devices more so than our kids!
When we need a break, when we need to take an important call, a shower, make a meal, it’s so convenient to turn on a show or hand over the iPad. It’s been a good exercise for us in realizing they really don’t need those things, at all! Since we are a “moderation in all things” type of bunch it will be interesting to see how we rearrange our lives once we’re plugged back in!
If you see yourself losing steam today, the quickest way to reengergize ourselves is a little music. Here’s some sweet little tunes we love to twirl in the kitchen with our boys to.
Songs for Wiggle Worms
Francis England // You & Me
Johnny Bregar // If You’re Happy & You Know It
We Kids Rock // I’m a Nut
Monkey See Monkey Do // Eentsy Weentsy Spider
Laurie Berkner Band // Five Days Old
Michael Franti // Say Hey!
Jewel // Grew Grass Grew
Elizabeth Mitchell // Keep on the Sunny Side
EllenMarch 21, 2013 at 5:18 pm
We love Laura Veirs’ “Tumble Bee”. A great disc the whole family can enjoy!
Amanda MaeMarch 22, 2013 at 8:32 am
Aw my computer isn’t playing any of the songs. boo! We are still happily unplugged with you.
Rae @ Motherhood HandmadeMarch 22, 2013 at 1:31 pm
My kids love imagination movers, and lately, we’ve been all about Casper Babypants. (It’s Chris Ballou from Presidents of the United States) He often does free concerts around here, so my kids have been able to go, and my husband doesn’t mind it terribly, because we love the POTUS stuff, and he has maintained a lot of that vibe. I’ll have to check out your list!
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