Meet the Pajanimals DVD Review

I love shows that you can pair nicely with pajama’s. Because that means bed time is lurking. And I wouldn’t dare let my littles watch a show titled, Meet the Pajanimals, without jumping into their jammies first. And besides, we love doing things with a theme.

So, Pajama and movie night commenced.

I wasn’t sure that my five-year-old would be to interested in watching it since he’s starting to think certain shows are babyish. But, and don’t tell him that i told you this, he smiled throughout a good portion of it, and actually stayed put for the whole show. And sister (who is every last bit of a two-year-old) loooooooved it.

meet the pajanimals review

Favorite part: where they do the freeze/dance part. That is one of our favorite games around here. So any movie that plays the freeze/dance game is golden in our book.

But most importantly, It was very light-hearted, educational; with little lessons on sharing, caring, and kindness thrown about. It is certainly not manipulative-as some kid shows can be, or scary. It’s just real cute.

It’s definitely a wash-my-dishes-fold-some-laundry kind of kid show. One where I feel safe to escape to the next room and get a chore done, knowing their little minds aren’t being corrupted.

Pajanimals airs each night, at 8 p.m., on Sprout. If you’re children are like mine and are soundly sleeping by that time, then investing in this DVD isn’t such a bad idea.

Super cute.

Super sweet.

We dig it.  Glad it’s ours.

Happy Fall!

This product was provided free of charge to Christy. These are her honest opinions on the product.  Please see my Terms of Use for more info.

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About Christy

I'm a happy girl, married to my best friend, trying my darndest to raise happy little people. I love to smile. I still believe in goodness. I want to spread it.

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  1. Oh yes Caden would love that one too!


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