This post is sponsored, but all opinions are my own.
Anybody else feel like every time they look at their kids, they look a little bit older and a little bit taller? I can’t be the only one. Time just goes by so fast and some how I went from having 3 kids under 3 to having a six year old and 2 almost 4 year olds.
I’ve been making an effort to make as many memories with them as possible. The major adjustment has been to reduce the amount of TV time we have per week. We used to spend so much time watching TV that hours would go by before we even realized it. Instead of spending all of our time in front of the TV, we listen to Melon’s House Party from Wondery Kids!
What is Melon’s House Party?
Melon’s House Party from Wondery Kids! Season 2 just came out in September and my girls are loving it. Melon is a little pup and has a ton of friends. Melon takes us on her adventures as she learns about herself, her surroundings, and builds friendships.
Melon’s House Party from Wondery Kids! has new episodes every Wednesday & my girls get so excited when they hear the show’s theme music. Each episode is about 30 minutes long. That means they’re short enough to keep the kids attention but also long enough that they’ll enjoy it. Turn it on while you do an activity that they’ll remember – like a dance party!
If you all spend a lot of time in the car, like us, it’s perfect to listen to while driving to the store or while sitting in the carpool lane. Melon’s House Party from Wondery Kids! is very family friendly and perfect for music lovers. Our favorite place to listen to it is during our night time routine. The girls have a full concert in the bathroom while they are taking baths and brushing your teeth.
The kids will not always be this little where they enjoy sing along and dance parties with their parents, so I an taking every opportunity now! If you haven’t started making memories with your little ones, start today. Check out Melon’s House Party from Wondery Kids! today and start listening with us.
Check out my other tips & motherhood here. How do you make more memories with your kids?