What’s Coming in February to Netflix!


With two kids that love to be active and on the go, cold weather and it’s sister (flu season), sometimes leave me scrambling for ideas. My son has found himself home sick from school numerous times this year due to illness. When one child is sick, that means the other is stuck inside the house too! Needless to say ,I’ve pretty much mastered the art of entertaining them while cooped up inside!

While they love to play games and do activities, while they’re not feeling while… couch and cuddle time are much more likely. That’s why I keep my eye out for all of the newest Netflix features, so they’ll always have something fun and new to watch without me having to leave the house!

February has some awesome options coming that we’re keeping our eye out for!

Here are a few of our favorite Netflix shows that are coming this February:


The Little Rascals Save The Day

This comes to Netflix on 2/05/2015, and the kids are stoked! I must admit, I’m pretty excited myself. The Little Rascals are a bunch that never fails to entertain, so I know this movie will bring plenty of laughs!


Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Andrew especially can’t wait to see this one. It comes to Netflix 2/11/2015 and I have a feeling he’ll be ready with a front row seat!

Zapped (2/1/2015) , and Earth To Echo (2/18/2015) also both come to Netflix this month and are sure to be great watches!

There are also some awesome children’s series coming this month like:


Ever After High: Spring Unsprung (2/6/2015)

Mako Mermaids Season 2 (2/13/2015)

Richie Rich Season 1 (2/20/2015).

If you’re looking for a love movie to watch with your honey in the spirit of Valentines Day, here’s a few titles you’ll want to keep your eyes out for:

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Proof (2/1/2015)

Young Ones (2/12/2015)

In Secret (2/18/2015)

White Bird In A Blizzard (2/19/2015)

American Beauty (2/19/2015)

My favorite part about Netflix is that there’s a little something for everyone! What show are you most excited about catching this month?

*Disclosure – This post is in part of a StreamTeam ambassadorship with Netflix. All thoughts are my own.