5 more parenting-inspired shows: Netflix edition 

I have few loves in life, my husband, my kids, and, of course, my Netflix. Give me a night with Francis Underwood or the ladies of Litchfield any day. And, while those shows are fantastic, they don’t always reflect the everyday mundane reality of parenthood. Just like I offered some parenting-inspired tweaks to some popular network programs, I thought Netflix could use some of its own.

1. Orange Is The New Food My Kid Won’t Eat 

ORANGE

Will it be oranges or will it be mashed potatoes? Tune in to each episode of this riveting drama to find out which food your child now hates.

2. 13 Reasons Why My Kids Are Bored

13 REASONS WHY

They have a million toys, T.V., three different tablets and it’s a beautiful day outside, yet they have nothing to do. And you will hear about it.

3. House of Crayon-Covered Walls

HOUSE

The parents think they have control of the house, but one crayon-wielding toddler is out to prove them wrong.

4. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Has Kids

UN

She survived life in a bunker and a crappy New York City apartment, but can she survive a 30-minute tantrum at Target?

5. Stranger Things I Never Thought I’d Do As A Parent

STRANGER THINGS (2)

A woman enters an upside down world where she allows T.V. before two, snacks that aren’t organic, and children to sleep in her bed.

Which show would you like to see on Netflix? Comment below.

12 thoughts on “5 more parenting-inspired shows: Netflix edition 

  1. halfpintpartydesign

    Ha ha!! That is awesome. I think I would actually watch a few of those! Bored kids, crayons on walls, Target tantrums, new foods they suddenly won’t eat….SPOT ON. That is motherhood right there.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s