All Things Canadian #Netflix


We celebrate our birthdays yearly, so it is only customary to celebrate Canada’s birthday with friends, fireworks and BBQ’s (can’t forget a day off work – thank you very much Canada) which is customary!

Every Monday of the Canada day long weekend, my entire family gets together for dinner and the kids play outside. Typically my kids can never go watch fireworks because you have to wait until the sun goes down, but this year the neighbour had a fireworks display early for all the little kids and just as we were leaving my parents house they were starting so my little one got to see and the smile that came over his face was truly amazing. I then took my older one to his school where they were putting on fireworks once the sun went down and he truly had the best time sitting with his friends from his class and dancing around. It really was a night to remember.

In celebration of Canada’s birthday, Netflix is streaming all things Canadian

Netflix July Streaming

  1. 1. Justin Time (Canadian Animation)
    2. The Magic School Bus (Canadian-American Animation)
    3. Degrassi Next Class (Canadian Series Filmed in Toronto)
    4. Shadow Hunters (Filmed in Toronto)
    5. Super Why (Produced by Canadian Studio)
    6. Caillou (Produced by Canadian Studio)
    7. Project MC2 (Filmed in Vancouver)
    8. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (Filmed in Vancouver)
    9. Some Assembly Required (Filmed in Vancouver)

Happy Streaming

Try Explaining it with Netflix #StreamTeam


These days I find that I am having one way conversations with my kids, I am talking and nobody is listening. They either are running around the house hyper as can be, fighting with each other over g-d knows what or they have their heads dug into some tech device.

I have found that I can teach my kids a thousand lessons, but truly they couldn’t care less or they just tune me out, but if their favorite Netflix show teaches them the same lesson they somehow find it very interesting and repeat it to me as if I haven’t previously said the same thing!!!!

Looking for some show recommendations?

May Netflix

  1. The Hive – teaching you about sibling rivalry
    2. Veggietales: in the house – teaching about responsibility
    3. Puffin Rock – following the rules
    4. The Adventures of Puss in Boots – teach about self-love
    5. Project MC2 – all about teamwork
    6. Fuller House – Peer Pressure
    7. The Fosters – Actions have Consequences
    8. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Self-Improvement
    9. Glee – Body Image (one of my most favorite shows)

If your kids aren’t listening to you, try tackling some real life issues with some of these Netflix shows and see if that works for you.




Back to School with Netflix #StreamTeam


The weather has spoken and summer is coming to an end. Camp is over, programs for the fall have been set and your child’s back to school backpack is almost ready to go. Hard to believe that this is the end, it’s just too short.

Now it’s time to start hyping up back-to-school and talking to your kids about appropriate classroom behaviour (well at least I do) and what to expect, but that is never an easy conversation especially with the little one’s because they just don’t get it. Sometimes our television friends do the best job explaining and with these new Netflix titles they just might understand the underlying message.

For the Little Guys 

Back to School netflix

1. Curious George
2. Zoboomafoo
3. Yo Gabba Gabba! (my big guy has been watching the show for years and it’s amazing how many lessons he has picked up from this show)
4. Walking with Dinosaurs
5. Planet Earth: The Complete Collection
6. The Adventures of Chuck & Friends
7. Animal Mechanicals (teaches kids about working together to get the job done)
8. The Magic School Bus
9. The Cat in the Hat
10. Dinotrux (the new AMAZING series teaching kids to work together using their individual skills and problem solve)
11. Ever After High: Way too Wonderland

Best of luck with Back to School to you the parent (we need the luck … well I know I do) and of course the kiddies

What’s Old is New Again with Netflix #StreamTeam #TBT


Who doesn’t love a good #TBT. Well, what about throwin’ it back to the old school TV shows you used to watch as a kid that are now back thanks to Netflix!

I am throwin’ it back for my husband because after having our first son, he insisted on buying superheroes for him that he could play with when he was older and let me tell you those Superheroes did not leave his side. When he was older, my husband would put on shows like Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends and told him all about when he was a kid waking up Saturday mornings excited to watch this show which we owe to Netflix for having it on. Even shows like Scooby-Doo (which is a current favourite in our house) was one of my husbands old time favourites and my son truly loves that he is watching shows his dad loved to watch when he was a kid.

Scooby-Doo Netflix

For the Little One’s

Netflix Throw Back

1. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
2. Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man
3. The Magic School Bus
4. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
5. Garfield & Friends
6. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporate
7. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
8. The Cat in the Hat Knows A lot About That
9. The Smurfs

For the Bigger Kids

Netflix TBT

1. Bindi’s Boot Camp
2. Mako Mermaids: An H20 Adventure Season 3 (June 15th)
3. Dreamworks Dragon: Race to the Edge (June 26th)

What’s your #TBT childhood show that you have gotten your little one to watch?

What’s Coming up for Disney Junior, Disney XD and Family Channel?

Disney Jr Lineup

We all know that with the new year, comes new TV shows and premier’s for the old shows we love and Family, Disney Jr and Disney XD have a great 2015 lineup for your little one’s!!! Here’s what is coming up … I promise you, there is something for everyone:

What’s New on Family?
1. Jessie (Disney Channel Original Series) Season 4 Premiere: January 9 at 7 p.m.

Jessie travels to Africa to retrieve the Ross kids and comes face-to-face with Brooks and his new fiancée.

2. Austin & Ally (Disney Channel Original Series) Season 4 Premiere: January 21 at 6:30 p.m.
Also returning for its fourth season this month is the music-filled series Austin & Ally. The comedy follows the improbable partnership between Austin (Ross Lynch), a nationwide musical sensation, and Ally (Laura Marano), a multi-talented singer and songwriter, and their two best friends, Trish (Raini Rodriguez) and Dez (Calum Worthy). After an emotional season finale that left the gang’s future unclear, the four friends reunite at Ally’s homecoming concert. But, when Austin realizes that the reunion is only temporary he contemplates enrolling in military school.

3. K.C. Undercover (Disney Channel Original Series) Series Premiere: January 23 at 7:40 p.m.
The live-action comedy follows K.C. Cooper, a high school math whiz and martial arts expert, who discovers her parents are spies when they enlist her to join The Organization. Now, K.C. must learn to balance life as an everyday teenager while training to be a super spy.

4. Star Vs. The Forces of Evil Sneak Peek: January 23 at 8 p.m.
Immediately following the K.C. Undercover premiere viewers will be given a sneak peek at the upcoming animated Disney XD series Star Vs. The Forces of Evil, an animated comedy introducing a fiercely awesome teen princess from another dimension. In the first-look “Star Comes to Earth,” Star (voiced by Eden Sher, The Middle) celebrates her 14th birthday and receives “the royal magic wand” as dictated by tradition. Worried that she is not ready for the responsibility, Star’s parents send her to Earth in an attempt to keep her safe. 

5. Girl Meets World (Disney Channel Original Series) New Episode Guest Starring Rider Strong as Shawn Hunter:  January 30 at 7 p.m.
Maya is celebrating her 14th birthday with Riley and the Matthews but is struggling with the fact that her mom probably won’t be able to join them. Meanwhile, Corey and Riley devise a plan to setup Maya’s mom with Shawn when he pays a visit.

Coming to Family in February:
I Didn’t Do It (Disney Channel Original Series) Season Two Premiere
Liv and Maddie (Disney Channel Original Series) Hosted Marathon
Radio Disney Family Birthday
Night of Premieres

What’s New on Disney Jr?
1. Lalaloopsy Ponies: The Big Show – January 17 at 6 p.m.
Set in Lalaloopsy Land, the magical movie introduces a whole new group of friends as the Lalaloopsy girls discover their new pen pals are talking ponies. In preparation for the big night, Disney Junior hosts Lalaloopsy Week where fan-favourite episodes air daily at 6 p.m. from Monday, January 12 to Friday, January 16.

2. On Your Mark, Get Set, Go! – January 25 beginning at 9 a.m.
Disney Junior races to the finish line with a morning full of obstacle courses, rallies and fun. The festivities begin with a special one-hour episode of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse followed by an all-new Henry Hugglemonster where Henry competes in athletic events with his scout troop. The magnificent marathon also includes race-themed episodes of Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sheriff Callie’s Wild West.

3. One Very Special Week: January 26 to January 30 beginning at 5 p.m.
Back-to-back, one-hour episodes from the network’s top series airing every weekday. Among the loveable lineup includes the Sofia The First special “The Curse of Princess Ivy,” Mickey Mouse Clubhouse’s holiday episode “Minnie’s Winter Bow Show” and Jake and the Never Land Pirates’ musical special “Jake’s Never Land Rescue.”

What’s New on Disney XD?
1. Mighty Med (Disney XD Original Series) Marathon and One-Hour Special: January 11 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The action begins with three back-to-back episodes leading into an explosive one-hour special at 7 p.m. titled “Do You Want to Build A Lava- Man?” In the extended episode, Kaz and Oliver travel to Caldera in search of the Hapax, the only hero with the ability to drain the Annihilator of his powers. Meanwhile, back on Earth, Optimo pretends he’s visiting the hospital about a ‘rash’ but Horace discovers it is much more serious than Optimo thinks.

2. Super Charged Sunday: January 18 starting at 7 p.m.
The night begins with a new Kirby Buckets titled “Killer Puppies,” where Kirby fakes an illness to avoid a cooking project. But when the school nurse takes his over-the-top symptoms seriously, everyone begins to shower Kirby with sympathy and gifts, leaving him worried that his secret will be exposed. The not-to-be- missed lineup also features brand new episodes of Mighty Med and Star Wars Rebels.

3. Animated Super Charged Sunday: January 25 beginning at 7 p.m.
Disney XD’s Super Charged Sunday lineup is overtaken by an animation domination! Episodes of Phineas and Ferb, Pac Man and the Ghostly Adventures and a brand new Star Wars Rebelswhere the Ghost crew plots to save an exiled dignitary from the Imperial Army, make the network fans’ ultimate Sunday destination.

Coming to Disney XD in February
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (Disney XD Original Series) Series Premiere
Fantastic Four (Feature Film) Network Premiere
Cars 2 (Feature Film) Network Premiere
Gaming Show (In My Parents’ Garage) (Disney XD Canada Original Series) New Episodes Return

So there you have it, time for you to get your kids excited for their 2015 shows
Happy viewing