Meet Dottie "Doc" McStuffins of Disney Junior
Last Saturday, June 9 at Active Fun at the Fort, Disney Junior invited mommy bloggers together with their kids to watch the premier of Disney Junior’s new original series, Doc McStuffins.
I did not brought Ren with me because I know he is afraid of dark places, and I am thinking that since on the invitation letter it says that we will be going to watch two episodes of the show, then I am expecting that the place would be probably dark. I was 30 minutes late when I arrived because of traffic (I am sorry for that), and the show was already starting when I arrived.
|my name tag is waiting for me at the registration area|
I saw Michelle of My Mom Friday together with Mommy Kris of OC Mom in Manila, when I entered the room. Then I saw a good friend of mine, Olga of Tottering Mama with her family so I sat beside them. Other Moms were in front with their kids and were already busy watching the TV show.
Back to Doc McStuffin, this show is about putting emphasis on healthy living and it encourages young ones to practice simple hygiene habits such as washing their hands regularly. This is an American animated television series produced by Brown Bag Films.
Dottie “Doc” Mcstuffin wants to be a doctor like her mom. She pretends to be one and fixes her toys and dolls. Whenever she puts on her stethoscope, something magical happens: her toys, dolls and even stuffed animals come to life and she can talk with them. She is helped by her trusted toy friends— Stuffy, an overly proud stuffed dragon; Lambie, a stuffed lamb who loves to cuddle; Hallie, a jolly hippo receptionist; and Chilly, a hypochondriac stuffed snowman. Doc helps toys “feel better” by giving them check-ups.
Each 11-minute episodes includes original songs and the “Time for your Check-up” song.
During the ending credits, Doc gives some advice to viewers about staying healthy.
This new Disney Junior original series embodies the hallmarks of Disney’s storytelling—fantasy and wish fulfillment—and communicates to kids a strong sense of community. Furthermore, it teaches them important values such as compassion for people and things, and most importantly, lending a helping hand to anyone who needs it— toys, animals and people.
Doc McStuffins premiered last July 9, 9:30 am, ONLY on Disney Junior. I know your kids will love Doc McStuffin.
Thank you Disney Junior for the invite.