Like any well-oiled family, we have a morning routine that works well for us. It starts with Roo getting up at stupid o’clock (she’s always been an early riser, so pleased she can get up and see to herself nowadays). Followed by the rest of us joining her at a more suitable hour (usually 7am). Roo has control of the TV first thing until we all descend. At which point it is turned over to Channel 5 so that Milkshake! takes centre stage.
A couple of weeks ago I published a blog post about how you know when you’ve watched too much Peppa Pig. The following day in the post a copy of the new Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience DVD arrived with a beanie London Peppa Pig toy – I had to laugh at the irony of it.
In a land far away, the sun and moon shine only thanks to heroic Guardians. But when the most unlikely little creature, Mune, is chosen to be the new Guardian of the Moon, a series of unfortunate events occur, leading the sun to fall into the hands of a disgraced Guardian seeking revenge.
I have a love/hate relationship with Peppa Pig. All three of my children have loved watching the episodes, and we are in the midst of it with Piglet enjoying the different adventures. There is something about that little Pig and her family that seems to draw the children in. Whether it is the bright and bold colours, the adventures and mishaps they get into or the catchy songs that are incorporated into each episode.
Disney Channels UK and Ireland are launching a Mickey Mouse and Pals takeover starting on September 4, running 24-hours-a-day for the course of the month on Disney XD +1 carried by Sky and on Virgin Media. Content will include selected episodes of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Mickey and the Roadster Racers, Sofia the First, The Lion Guard and Doc McStuffins. The channel will also host a range of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse specials.
Join The Floogals, a trio of tiny, happy aliens on a mission to explore our hooman world! They’re space explorers who have landed on our planet to observe us and objects in our everyday lives.
Earlier this year The LEGO Batman Movie was released in cinemas ahead of the February half term holidays. Tigger was on a countdown to when he and Mr. Boo would be watching it on a special boys day out to the cinema. So you can imagine his delight when we were asked to attend the #LEGOBatmanMovie DVD Launch in London last weekend.
The guide to the 50 films every child should see before they grow up has been created by film education charity Into Film, in partnership with the UK video industry to launch the ‘Must See Movies Before you Grow Up’ campaign, which will see all 50 films distributed by retailers this summer. To find out more, visit www.intofilm.org/msm