Kid's tv show recommendations

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Tomorrow is the first time since I began to tap into my AB side when I will have a day off from work and will have the house to myself for about 8 hours. I would like to spend at least a couple of hours really trying to regress. Obviously, I will be in diapers, but I was thinking it might be nice to get under the covers and watch some little kid tv shows. Any recommendations for shows that might be age appropriate and fun for my little side? I consider my little side to be a boy, age 3 or 4. Thanks for your suggestions.
 
If you have Netflix then check out ciallou or Sid the science kid. I love those two. Daniel tigers neighborhood, super why, the leap frog stuff is fun because it lets you interact with it, jake and the never land pirates, fosters home for imaginary friends, Elmo's neighborhood, handy Mandy.

These are all on Netflix and YouTube.
 
I would recommend Thomas & Friends. I loved to watch that when I was little and I still keep up with it nowadays. I would recommend watching season 17 and 18, which are available on Youtube on the channels tttepisodes17 and tttepisodes18. You can also find some episodes on Netflix, and DVD's and Bluray's are readily available in most stores.
 
Hell, you were born in 1972-'73, why not try and find some 1970's era kids shows to watch, it would probably be easier to regress than the new stuff, a few that come to mind are:

SchoolHouse Rock
Early Sesame Street (some skits you may remember, like the infamous "Cracks" , were banned in the 1980's, but luckily, MOST have resurfaced, including Cracks).
The Muppet Show (started in 1976).
 
If I'm deep enough into little space I'll watch shows like Team Umizoomi, Go Diego GO!, etc. (something interactive)

But generally speaking I like Sesame Street, Furchester Hotel, and Pokemon.

the leap frog stuff is fun because it lets you interact with it.

I'm gonna have to try that c:
 
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Hell, you were born in 1972-'73, why not try and find some 1970's era kids shows to watch, it would probably be easier to regress than the new stuff, a few that come to mind are:

SchoolHouse Rock
Early Sesame Street (some skits you may remember, like the infamous "Cracks" , were banned in the 1980's, but luckily, MOST have resurfaced, including Cracks).
The Muppet Show (started in 1976).

It would be kind of ironic to use Schoolhouse Rock to regress, given that that the first words to the theme song were "Your body grows bigger.":laugh:
 
It would be kind of ironic to use Schoolhouse Rock to regress, given that that the first words to the theme song were "Your body grows bigger.":laugh:

Do not forget "H. R. Puff'N'Stuff" and "LIdsville".
 
If you're really into being "little" there's the Baby First channel, 293 on Direct TV. I also like Peg + Cat on PBS and Dinosaur Train, also on PBS. Check out Peppa Pig. It's funny both for little kids and adults, and don't forget Sponge Bob.
 
The Magic School Bus is pretty good for a kids show, it's all on netflix (US).
 
It would be kind of ironic to use Schoolhouse Rock to regress, given that that the first words to the theme song were "Your body grows bigger.":laugh:

Well, that's out then, I still would recommend 70's sesame street and the banned shorts, they have a unique look to them that just screams 1976!
 
well if your looking for kids cartoons and not infant cartoons I always liked stuff like angry beavers, catdog,hey Arnold ,I liked ed ed and eddie too. i cant really think of any any thing else right now though you can find those all on you tube as well.
 
I suspect it's just my British nostalgia that won't really translate well over the pond, but Rainbow was one of my favourite TV progs from the 70s/80s:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M62SnbNizIM

Or Camberwick Green:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge-5-Gnji5Y&list=PLZWmR4FEiU8buY2lGF2jlg9h9RE37SKLd

Or The Clangers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ok6CoIwcJ-E

Or Button Moon:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4BRgYT_ljY

Or Jamie and the Magic Torch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMNG2LtF41o

Or Chorlton and the Wheelies:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6Ng7VMqet0

Or Willo the Wisp:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g5nOQqz9eU

Or Bagpuss:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9beAp3TG2E

Or Mr. Benn:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-dszN_mSWQ

Or Pigeon Street:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6HCG2KZ29Y

Or Mary, Mungo and Midge:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9f0oHGkVoPA

Or The Wombles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UymhznPDFiQ

Ahhhh... so many memories! They don't make kids' TV like they used to!
 
There is a website called Nickreboot it streams classic Nick shows from the late 80s to early 2000s.
 
The Octonauts (a super cute show)
The Penguins of Madagascar (a very funny show)
My Little Pony (cute and has a nice storyline)
Monster High/ Ever After High (fun with cool references to fairy-tails and myths)
 
Dora the explorer is very good kid cartoon, but even better if you watch NickJr or some baby tv.
 
I guess it would depend on what age you want to regress to.
My favorite real babish shows, are dinosaur train, Sid the science kid, Peg + cat, Special agent OSO, blues clues, Veggie Tales, and (admittingly) sessme street, and little enistin, and like everyone else on this page, The Leap Frog Videos

I guess my older shows (which I don't mind watching in non little form, of course this can apply to baby shows as well)are Arthur, Word Girl, E,E, &E, Magic School Bus, Martha Speaks, Teen Titans (original animated series, NOT Teen Titans Go.), and old Spongebob squarepants, And anime, of course I do watch some anime.

All of these, I'm pretty sure you can find on Netflix, Hulu, or YouTube.
 
There is a website called Nickreboot it streams classic Nick shows from the late 80s to early 2000s.

I just was on there, there's even a cartoon network one called CNreboot
 
Super Hero Squad is a great kids show if you like Marvel stuff. Ruby Gloom is also a really funny but sweet and adorable age-appropriate show that goes on and off Netflix. (Currently on!)

Most of my other Netflix recommendations would be heavily on the "girly" side of things, but feel free to quote me if you are interested in those.
 
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