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kid music

a long time ago i read a thread on a parenting message board about the kind of "grown-up" music that their children enjoy. i thought about this again recently when we were in the car with the kids and i realized that we almost never listen to our music. nope, it's the wiggles. or it's they might be giants ("123s" or "abcs" or "no!" not "flood.") or -- as we've been playing the last two days -- the dora the explorer soundtrack. cam seems perfectly happy (as long as we're not playing a raffi cd), but i sigh (silently) at almost every kiddie song. would it damage the children to listen to something not specifically recorded for their age group?



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