I'm happy I get to watch pre-school shows most all day. I learn so much.
On Curious George this morning, I learned a new word: flopification. Curious George was in an Italian restaurants kitchen. He found a dry spaghetti noodle (hard) and also saw the noodles in the pot. The spaghetti in the pot was floppy.
So, he assumed it must be some sort of flopification procedure and dropped in a few other items: two hard shelled eggs, an onion, a piece of cheese and an eggplant. None of the other things went through flopification. The eggs became hard boiled, the cheese melted, etc.
Good to know.
Sissy and I also enjoy watching Yo Gabba Gabba.
It's a cute show and we learn lots of things from that one.
Things such as:
Don't bite your friends.
Wait to take your turn.
Don't eat dirty food off the floor - it has germs on it.
(Although Sissy doesn't really prescribe to that last rule just yet. She likes to find some unidentifiable tidbit on the floor and stick it in her mouth real quick.)
I enjoy watching Muno:
He looks like fun. Notice all those "pleasure" bumps? I want Muno when he retires.