I love music! I love to listen to it in the car and when I’m out for a run. Since having kids I’ve found myself listening to children’s music in both of those scenarios. So I took matters into my own hands and decided to skew the music selection that would make everyone happy. My iPhone is now filled with Disney music and not just the Frozen soundtrack or the Moana songs. We’ve got songs from Peter Pan, Mary Poppins, Winnie-The-Pooh, The Jungle Book, Mulan. There’s a variety of classics and new hits. Having these songs playing on a regular basis keeps these characters stories alive in the hearts and minds of my kids. There are a number of albums on iTunes that offer a mixture of songs you know by heart and others you haven’t heard for a very long time. Disney’s Greatest Vol.1, 2 and 3 albums are available for purchase as well as Disney Classics, which has some of your favourites from the Disney Channel. Hearing these songs gives your kids another layer of familiarity with the lesser prevalent Disney Characters. On the next movie night they may know the songs and be singing along. Mickey’s Philharmagic, at the Magic Kingdom, will now be enjoyed by the young and the old in your family. The small struggle that can come with this is loss of control. If your kids are used to picking their own music they may not be thrilled about the idea of having that taken away from them. My rule of thumb: on special occasions they get to take turns choosing which songs comes next. All other times it’s up to the shuffle. It’s been really cool to see them gravitate to certain songs, our daughter loves “The Working Song” from Enchanted and our son loves “I’ve Gotta Dream” from Tangled. This can be another fun way to keep the Disney magic alive in your home.