Back @ home, after I come from office and break for dinner, I have the habit of watching television or during weekends I take few good English
movies to home to watch it with my family.
Have been noticing/monitoring on my son’s expression, the curiosity, eagerness who is 5 year old,
- when I change my television channel with my remote and when it crosses the FTV (Fashion TV) channel
- when I watch those English movies (the intimate scenes), some times which are MPAA rated saying “PG”, “PG-13” or “R”
believe me, I can see his eyes right on to the television screen, I wish he doesn’t do that, but I can’t change the channel, so obvious that it make it too important that he should view it (when we are not there), it is almost like creating a curiosity for this small cat.
What I do?
Simple, just ignore that he is not there, and let him view what is happening.
Why I do that?
I feel if I don’t allow him to view, his curiosity just keeps building up
Now what is actually happening?
If I turn on FTV, he views it but there is no more curiosity, when there is Smooching scene, as if he is more experienced on it, we get nagged because he is playing with his toys (right when the important things are happening 😉 )
Kindly note: do understand that I don’t watch MPAA rated “NC-17” with my son.
For rating information kindly visit this page http://www.mpaa.org/FlmRat_Ratings.asp
Any body does, like what I do?
(seriously doesn’t make me proud, I am just experimenting)
there is any difference of opinion