Just as what you feed your baby (and eat while pregnant) trains her palate toward good food or junk food for life, what your baby sees and hears does the same for her artistic tastes. Kids raised on mental junk food have a harder time developing an understanding of and affinity for more complex, subtle, and nourishing brain foods later in life.
Many parents nowadays pay immense attention to their children’s physical diet and environment, driving purchases of BPA-free everything and even organic cotton and wool clothing. While there may be nothing wrong with this, and of course human bodies deserve good care and attention, parents should also consider that their child’s spirit requires the same, if not higher, attention and prioritization.
Yes, children’s music and television are infected with social justice lies and outright perversity now. For example, Raffi re-recorded a version of “Baby Beluga” that tells toddlers, “Grown-up beluga, sing a song of peace. Sing a song