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It’s not often that I think about younger children’s shows; mostly because I no longer have a young child.  Even my nieces and nephew aren’t so young any more!  That doesn’t mean that I don’t notice shows and/or characters.  Now that March Break is here, it’s important to be present in your little ones’ life … play with them, read to them, and watch shows with them.

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Netflix shows have made a positive impact and how strong females have helped shape young girls’ outlook on life.  Julie Andrews has always been upbeat, positive, and encouraging … certainly a wonderful role model for all.

Julie Andrews is an amazing actress, singer, author, theatre director and dancer.  She is an icon and it’s hard to believe that she’s 81 years old because she just doesn’t stop being amazing!  So, guess what?On March 17 Julie Andrews will be making her Netflix debut in Julie’s Greenroom. Brought to life by the Jim Henson Company, the enriching show advocates for the arts and the positive impact creativity can have on every child’s life. With an array of very special guests (Idina Menzel, Sara Bareilles, and Alec Baldwin to name a few), Julie’s Greenroom might be a show you turn on for the kids but find yourself staying until the final curtain call.

JulieAndrewsWhat a treat!  Please do get your little ones to watch, while you enjoy watching this ever-shinning star bring smiles to your little ones’ faces.  Andrews’ ill-fated throat operation in 1997 hasn’t held her back from giving the world her rays of sunshine.

Hmmm, can you tell that I admire Julie Andrews?

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