Netflix Titles to Celebrate Mini Milestones

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As we get older, milestones are few and far between. Landing your dream job, getting married, having a baby.

But kids, on the other hand, have a lot worth celebrating. From bringing home your first pet to going to your first high school dance, frame-worthy moments go far beyond the baby book.

In recognition of “mini milestones,” we’ve compiled a list of movies and TV episodes that highlight a variety of these achievements. Whatever “firsts” your family is celebrating this fall, Netflix can relate.

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New Sibling: The Hive: S01E01, Babee’s Room
Losing Your First Tooth: Super WHY: S01E10, The Story of the Tooth Fairy
Getting Glasses: Arthur: S15E09, Through the Looking Glasses
First Sleepover: Bratz Kidz: Sleep-over Adventure

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First Trick-or-Treat: Julius Jr.: S01E06, Dressed for Spook-cess
First Pet: Beethoven
First Move: The Croods
First Big Game: D2: The Mighty Ducks

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First Spelling Bee: Akeelah and the Bee
First Dance: Kickin’ It: S01E20, The Wrath of Swan
First Break-Up: Good Luck Charlie: S01E20, Girl Bite Dog
First Road Trip: Diners, Drive-ins and Dives

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First Kiss: Wizards of Waverly Place: S01E02, First Kiss
First Job: Good Burger
First Time Babysitting: The Baby-Sitters Club
First Concert: Taylor Swift: The Journey to Fearless

 

 

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New Job: The Office
Getting Married: My Fair Wedding with David Tutera
Having a Baby: What to Expect When You’re Expecting
Life as a Parent: Parenthood
Running for Office: Parks & Recreation
Buying a Home: House Hunters

 

Do you have any special shows that make you think of a “first” or milestone?

 

 

Comments

  1. Karen Glatt says:

    The Flinstones I remember watching and having a lot of fun laughing at this show. My first movie I saw on a VCR was with Kevin Costner in Robin Hood. It is still my favorite movie. I also love the animated movie the Lion King. I can watch it over and over.

  2. Nicole says:

    My kids love Bill Nye the Science Guy, and my daughter really like her Dora The Explorer show. I love shows they can watch that promote learning, and we have Netflix and love it.

  3. what did we ever do before netflix???

  4. shelly peterson says:

    I had Netflix not too long ago and loved having it. I would love to get it again. It was nice to have family shows you can choose from anytime of the day.

  5. Tammy S says:

    The only shows or movies I can think of that make me think of a milestone are the 80’s classics like 16 Candles, Say Anything, Breakfast Club. Those movies always make me think of high school and graduating.

  6. Heather NC says:

    I remember Punky Brewster as a child growing up in the early 80’s

  7. anna pry says:

    I see some on my kids’ favorites made the list- The Hive and The Croods! I’m not buying a house but I’ve already watched all the episodes of House Hunters on Netflix! Haha! hoping they put more episodes up soon.

  8. Anne says:

    What a fun idea, finding a show to correspond with what’s happening in real life! Let’s see… for a trip to Canada, I might watch The Mercer Report. When home sick, however, I will definitely NOT watch Contagion or Outbreak! LOL

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