By Jennifer Savio, GalTime.com
You're at home with your toddler. You've got your iPod on shuffle. A popular song starts to play. It's got a great beat and it's pretty catchy; it's also full of racy words and phrases you wouldn't want your young child to hear. But is that really something to worry about? Different parents take different approaches.
"My husband and I have a large music collection with a lot of different types of music, indie, rock, electronic, hip hop, R&B and pop," says Christine Fichera, a mother of two from Somerville. "I try not to let my kids listen to songs that have bad lyrics, but they are hard to avoid."
Leah Moens, who lives in Framingham with her husband and daughter Elliot, tries not to get too uptight about song lyrics. "She's not quite two so all words are new to her." The Moens typically listen to fairly safe show tunes, but every now and again, even this mom can be taken by surprise. "The expletive version of Cee Lo's "Forget You" came onto PandoraRead More »from Are Bad Lyrics Bad For Your Kids?