Thanks to CozyPhones for partnering with me in this post. All opinions are my own.
With four kids, my little ones always want to be like the bigger siblings. My 14 year old is really into music. He plays guitar and trumpet, and he’s always got his headphones on.
My 7 yr old wants to do the same thing, but it can be hard to find music appropriate for her to listen to. She loves to steal my phone or the iPad and put on her headphones and listen or sing or dance to her favorite tunes, too. Luckily, we have found her some great places to listen to her favorite songs like Raining Tacos.
I have always had a hard time finding headphones that actually fit my kids’ heads when they’re little. They are never comfortable with hard earbuds and even the kid-sized earphones don’t always work because they are often still too big and fall off. Then, I saw CozyPhones and thought this just might work. And, it did!
One of our favorite things about CozyPhones is that they come in a variety of different characters from Unicorn to Monster to Frog and more. For your Paw Patrol fan, they now have those characters,too.
When the CozyPhones first arrive, you might need to adjust the earphones inside the headband so that they will be right on their ears, but that is easy to do. My 7 yr old can now easily put on the soft fleece headband that stretches to fit perfectly, and they work with all our favorite devices from tablets to phones.
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Where to find great music for kids?
YouTube Kids is one of our favorites. It has so many options from Kids Bop music and more.
Go Noodle is one we learned from my daughter’s class last year. It’s a website and an app as well as many of their songs are found on YouTube. This was where my daughter first learned of Parry Grip. He has such fun songs for kids like Raining Tacos and Space Unicorn and more.
Spotify is also a great one because you can choose an interest such as Parry Grip or Lucas Miller (the singing zoologist) and get even more suggestions for cool kid songs. We often find some great songs originally on YouTube Kids or Go Noodle and then are able to head to Spotify to create a favorites list of her songs.
My phone and her CozyPhones are a life saver for our four-hour road trips to visit my oldest daughter in college. My 7 yr old can listen to her favorite music with her super comfortable Unicorn CozyPhones while my husband and I can listen to a podcast up front in the car at the same time.