This post was sponsored by Netflix. Netflix Families make summer easier. www.netflix.com/families All opinions are my own.
School starts in a little over two weeks. We’ve been to the beach, the pool, Great Wolf Lodge, and have endured the rainiest summer the Carolinas have seen in my memory. We’re usually in drought conditions and the high 90s every day this time of year. Instead, it feels like we’re living in Seattle. On the upside, we haven’t had to water our
We’ve been to the bouncy houses, camps, swim lessons and play dates.
We’ve been to movies in the movie theater, which hasn’t worked out very well with three-year-old Frat Boy The Younger. He’s just not quite there yet.
I’ve dropped a crap ton of money keeping these children entertained this summer. The budget has already been crying from the yoga poses I’ve put it through. So when I received the invitation for a local blogger gathering to explore Netflix Kids, I got excited.
Because there ain’t no party like a Charlotte area blogger party, because a Charlotte area blogger party don’t stop.
Until it’s bedtime and we have to get the kids home.
Dana, our hostess, chose The Lorax as the theme, and Kelley’s home was decorated to the hilt while the movie itself streamed over Netflix on the TV in the family room. The best part of Netflix Families is that the movie, along with any of the other Netflix titles, could have been streamed over any device, which makes it great for travel, long wait times at doctor’s appointments, rainy day play dates, family movie nights, and of course, parties. And a year of Netflix costs less than taking a family of five to the movies twice. It’s easy to set up. If I can do it anyone who knows how to operate a smart phone can do it.
Netflix.com/Families is a new destination designed to meet your family’s summertime entertainment needs. On Netflix.com/Families, Parents can find lists of movies and TV shows for all kinds of special summer moments.
Visit www.Netflix.com/Families for more information on the best ways to stream as well as videos about how other families use Netflix.
This post was sponsored by Netflix. Netflix Families makes summer easier. www.netflix.com/families