Christmas

(14 Posts)
gillyvee Sun 08-Dec-13 13:24:10

New. A very ancient mum of 4 who now have children of their own, great grandmother, so I may not be too welcome. I wish to know of dvd's that may be suitable for 3 year old twin girls. The currently revel in Peppa Pig. My early favourites were Hans Christian Andersson and Grimms Fairy Tales. Has anyone any suggestions?

gillyvee Sun 08-Dec-13 13:26:59

My grand-daughter, the mother of the twins recommended the site to me. She copes without the fella, who cant stand the heat, and does a wonderful job with her loving, supportive parents. So proud of her. Happy Christmas to you all.

ClosedAuraOpenMind Sun 08-Dec-13 13:31:53

hi there, my DD is nearly 3. like most kids this age she loves peppa pig, as well as Ben and Holly's little kingdom, which is made by the same people.

apart from those she's just got into classic Disney...I got her a Mickey Mouse Christmas DVD for £3 at sainsburys, which has been watched a lot, and the snowman and snowdog is lovely, and also a bit quieter, as it's just music on it with no speaking. hope this helps

fuzzpig Sun 08-Dec-13 13:35:59

Welcome! fsmile

My two loved Little Einsteins at that age. We still have a copy of this

lucysmam Sun 08-Dec-13 14:29:47

Poundland have had some nice animated Christmassy ones in over the past few weeks - I picked up a Hello Kitty one, Christmas is Here Again and Santa Apprentice which my three and nearly seven yo have enjoyed watching over the past few evenings smile

gillyvee Mon 09-Dec-13 18:00:37

Thank you so much. Good places for me to start. They know every move of Peppa and still love it, but would kile to get another for Christmas. Regards.

Mama1980 Mon 09-Dec-13 18:03:34

Wind in the willows, the cosgrove hall animations? I got it for my ds1 at 3 and my children all love it.

Mum2Fergus Mon 09-Dec-13 18:14:42

DS favourites at the moment are Peppa, Ben & Holly and Justice League(!?)...for Xmas movie nights I've got us The Gruffalo, The Gruffalos Child, Fantastuc Me Fix and The Polar Express...

lucysmam Mon 09-Dec-13 20:02:28

oh yes, Ben & Holly is a firm favourite here too.....it can be played three or four times in a row and my youngest is captivated every time grin

Aldwick Mon 09-Dec-13 23:25:00

Dora the Explorer, Humf, Max and Ruby

DustyBaubles Tue 10-Dec-13 03:53:23

Pingu is always a hit.

So is Pocoyo.

Xmas2013MN7256 Tue 10-Dec-13 14:14:18

We love pocoyo in our house. Sleepy Bird rocks grin

Yep, peppa pig, Ben and Holly, max and ruby... In a loop confused

Something Special is a big hit here, as is Charlie and Lola.

Good luck with your shopping!

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