Sprout Good Night Show Filmed in Philly

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So, I can't believe I'm doing this.  As I've NEVER done it before.

Tell you about an event that happened that I didn't get to go to.  VERY silly, yes.  But good enough to share for sure!  

I was invited to a viewing recently of SPROUT and THE GOOD NIGHT SHOW.  (Which, by the way, they tape in the daytime. Or at least they did this day. lol) And I couldn't go.  Now mind you, there are a ton of things that I get invited to that I unfortunately have to turn down. But one thing is totally for sure.... THIS ONE I was bummed to miss!

I love Sprout Programming.  I missed it when my oldest got 'to cool' and I'm loving the return with the #2 toddler love. 

I missed the event, but they sent me pics of it.  I always LOVE seeing being the scenes of these kid shows.  Cool, huh? 

Michelle Lepe is the star and she plays with the STAR! lol Hudson loves that star.  It's so cute when his face lights up as he sees it.  Great show!  And ya know.  Sometimes you have to share something that's just COOL in your city as a blogger.  And this is one of them!

About The Good Night Show:

The Good Night Show” is a three-hour programming block featuring hosts Nina and Star, Lucy the Firefly and Hush the Fish that takes place in the You & Me Tree.  Nina and her side-kick, Star, take preschool children and their parents on an adventure every night. “The Good Night Show” incorporates hosted segments with Sprout's original series and gold-standard shows, such as “Pajanimals,” “Caillou,” “Zou” and “Sarah & Duck.”  It airs nightly from 6-9pm ET.

“The Good Night Show” is themed to gentle, preschool appropriate subjects with the emphasis on narrative and slower paced content.   Each episode is developed to wind preschoolers down after a busy day with songs, stretches, Spanish language lessons, sign language demonstration, games and storytelling. Nina and Star invite children to explore different themes each night such as seasons, school, bedtime and beyond to help parents encourage a regular nightly routine.