My 3 yo loves music. She listens to whatever I do. Classic rock, new rock, and some country. No RAP or R&B and no MTV. They dont really pay attention to the words at this age and if they did they really wouldnt know what they meant.
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My 2 1/2 yo repeats anything and everything he hears, he only likes his music anyways, but I probably would only let him listen to some of the stuff I like. Whether he knows what it means or not doesn't help when he's yelling it at daycare.
So we're expecting our first child anytime now and I spent some time today going through my music library and sanitizing it for his little ears.
I was wondering where everyone else stood on what they let their kids hear.
I've pretty much removed all rap with the exception of Common and a little Outkast.
Congratulations and welcome to a new world. You'll soon realize that some things that were pretty important to you, no longer are, and that your new child takes importance over most of the things that you used to think were important.
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