March 8th was International Women's Day, you may have seen me hashtagging it today on social media. It has had me thinking. 

Some days, moms can be hard on ourselves (I know, I do it all the time.) We beat ourselves up over the smallest things, sometimes things that are out of our control, all for the happiness of our children and our families. We always seem to forget a few things; We may be moms but we are still women, we are strong. Our girls look up to us, in their lives, we are their leading lady even if as they get older they may not admit it. 

I've touched on leading ladies of Netflix in the past, there are so many great ones and with new shows coming almost monthly, there are many more to come! 

Some of our favourite leading ladies include Stranger Things Eleven and Joyce (each for obvious reasons!), Orange Is The New Black has an entire cast of women who radiate their own strengths in different ways, even kids shows like Beat Bugs, Tarzan and Jane, and A Series of Unfortunate Events proves that girl power comes in all shapes and forms.

In a world that can be tough, I want to make sure my own girls know how smart, strong and beautiful they are inside and out. With the right encouragement and power to them, our girls can do anything they set their little hearts on. Being unique is the new normal! 

This month you and your kids can catch leading lady Julie Andrews debut on Netflix with Julie's Greenroom! the Jim Henson Company brings to life an enriching show that advocates for the arts and the positive impact creativity can have on every child's life. With an array of very special guests (Idina Menzel, Sara Bareilles, and Alec Baldwin to name a few), Julie’s Greenroom might be a show you turn on for the kids but find yourself staying until the final curtain call.

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1 comment:

  1. I LOVE that Netflix has female lead and girl positive shows readily available for my daughter, and I don't feel like I need to watch over her shoulder every minute the TV is on like I do when she watches cable or Youtube.


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