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How To Get Holiday Songs All Over The House

My kids, like any child I’m assuming, love to dance. They can’t get enough music.

Right now their current faves are Jamiroquai, PSY, Skrillex, and the entire Backyardigans catalog. We’ve been mixing in a little Police lately (Aside: teaching a 3 year old ROOOOOX-annne is awesome)

Lately some holiday music has been finding it’s way into the playlist and with just a few simple tweaks it’s super easy to take the tunes from room to room to car.

speakers around the history1. SPEAKERS AROUND THE HOUSE
Instead of having stereos in each room of the house, we have speakers with a dangling cord awaiting a music player. We can plug in iPhones, iPods, or iPads to any of the speaker systems in the kitchen or playroom and the kids can listen to whatever they want. We can stream our downloaded tunes, or pick holiday favorites from Songza or streaming radio stations.

itunes at home2. APPLE TV
We love our Apple TV. Not only does it let us play the movies and videos we have stored in iTunes, but we can play music through the home theater too. Our entire playlist is available with just a few clicks so we can quickly turn the idiot box into a boom box blasting our favorite music.bluetooth in car

3. IN THE CAR
I love having bluetooth in the car. Bluetooth is a short distance wireless network that lets you stream audio from a mobile device through the car’s speaker systems. Again, I can access anything from the internet off my phone and play it in the car. You know the demands of your children will change quickly, so we can go from “Gangnam Style” to “Rudolph” with just a few swipes.

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