posted on Mar, 14 2013 @ 02:43 PM
What I love about Doctor Who is the sense of realism that is present, it teaches everybody, from cradle to grave.
My son was 2 years old when the 9th Doctor burst onto our screens, he has watched every single episode, my daughter began her Doctor Who viewing
career when she was 3 months old (first time it aired after her birth).
Eight years and six years on respectively and I have two wonderful children, who are better prepared for lifes ups nd downs, there are kids in my
daughters class who aren't allowed to watch it, as it is deemed too scary and they will have nightmares, you will not be surprised to learn, they are
also the ones who's children strugged to adjust to starting school, and cried at the school gates for mummy.
Both of my children had no problem, in fact one of the mums commented on how is it your kids quite happily go to school, where mine cry....Perhaps its
because I keep it real?!
Doctor Who isnt the only program out there to scare the kids, there is a series called Sparticle Mysteries, where all the adults (anyone over 15) are
separated from the kids in a paralell world, due to some collider experiment.
Programs like these, teach children abstract concepts, and allows them to develop a think out of the box mentality.
Personally when is comes to old school Who, I found this guy a little scary!
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