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If you thought Caillou was a whiny character, he's got NOTHING on Netflix's new adaption of Llama Llama.
I read these books to my youngest son (3) and he loves them, the 'Sleepy book' for Llama Llama is a little whiny, but in good natured fun, being afraid of the dark is normal.
But this show, oh my gosh...I'm doing homework in the other room listening to it as he is just engulfed and I am legit concerned I am creating a whiny self-entitled brat by letting him watch this. Going to turn it off now actually.
This show does nothing but depict this bossy Llama child whining constantly for his way, causing public disturbances and showing little empathy to others - this POOR LLAMA MOTHER.
The show attempts to teach a lesson by the mother or teacher constantly trying to educate a moral or respectable lesson, but fails poorly - their lessons don't balance out the bad manners of this little Llama.
The show has the everyone is a winner mentality even if your a little turd. Totally sending the wrong message to kids, terrible whiny character.
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