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Spending the Holidays with DISH

Thanks to DISH for sponsoring this post.

I know I love listening to music when I am trying to get things done around the house. Especially when it comes to cleaning or well ya know, just having a dance party with my littles. Now, you can right from your television. DISH doesn’t just offer television and my amazing DVR. But — get this, it has SIRUS radio. Yes! How amazing right?

While we were decorating this year, we didn’t have to mess with our iPods or fumble looking for our Christmas CD. Instead, we turned to our television to bring us some of our favorite holiday songs. It was so much fun to be able to listen to Christmas music while we trimmed the tree. My girls love it too! They love being able to listen to music on their TV and dance around the room when no one is watching. With tons of different SIRUS music channels – the options are endless. No matter what your choice of music may be.

And unlike other music channels from my previous cable providers, there are no ads! The title of the song just scans across our TV – almost like a screen saver so it’s like the TV isn’t even on. LOVE that. Music is such an important part of family life. We love to sing and dance together. It’s always so much when your favorite song comes on too! And well – with the holidays, it is so nice to have constant Christmas radio for never ending carols. I mean, who doesn’t love Christmas music? 

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