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Amp Up Your Apps With WebMD and The Snow Ball

Here’s another great review from up and coming tech experts Kristin and CW!

Is There a Doctor Available?

I have come to the conclusion that I may be an app junkie!  I love new apps on my phone, and there are a number of apps that I can’t live without.  One of those apps is the new WebMD Baby app!  And if you’re at all like me, you will love this app because it is so simple to use and it’s completely free!  There are weekly tips (this week’s tip for MD is about naps and bedtime struggles…SO timely for us) and daily Doctor tips!  Plus, you can access all of the great information from WebMD about health and wellness questions, as well as an illnesses and emergencies section.  There are other sections Just for Moms, Just for Dads, Parenting Tips, Baby Week by Week, Ask the Pediatrician, Milestones, Vaccines, and Baby Doctor Visits.

Next time you have a question about symptoms, instead of “googling” them, go straight to your WebMD app and see what the experts say.

CW Has fun With "The Snow Ball" App

Your Child Will Have a Ball with the Digital Book “The Snow Ball”

If you are bored with the books and games for your child on the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android Motorola Xoom, or Samsung Galaxy Tab devices, you will be happy to hear that another great quality book and game are available now.  David Steinberg’sThe Snow Ball” digital book is accompanied by an adorable game called “Penguin Attack.”  Check out the trailer here.

“The Snow Ball” can be read aloud to your child, or he can choose to read it himself.  On every page, he can touch the polar bears or penguins and they dance, sled, or say cute phrases.  The book is witty with beautiful illustrations by Liz Conrad.  CW laughed at the silly penguins, and especially loved the music selections at the “Snow Day Ball!”  I loved the catchy phrases like, “Thump-thump-galumping.” And, “Balumping on their bellies.  Skit-skat-skadoodle up to Icicle Hall.” The word play is original and fun!

CW Enjoys The Snow Ball App

“Penguin Attack” is great for problem solving and learning early Geometry.  Your child has to try to get the polar bears to the Snow Day Ball without falling in the water holes.  Sounds easy, right?  Well, if it weren’t for all of the penguins that lie between the bears and the ball, it would be easy. Your child has to figure out how to bounce the bears off of the penguins at an angle that will get them into the ball safely.  It is a mixture of pool and bowling, and CW laughs hysterically every time he plays it.

Before this winter becomes a memory,  check out “The Snow Ball” and pick up the free “Penguin Attack” game too!

Kristin with CW and MDKristin is a former high school English teacher and show choir geek enjoying time as a stay-at-home mom to CW and new baby brother MD.

Kristin received “The Snow Ball” app free for the purpose of review, but as always, her opinion is entirely her own and has not been influenced by anyone!

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StinkyKids for Your Stinky Kid – Giveaway

StinkyKids Plush Dolls

Don’t know about yours, but my kid is a sweet sweet girl…aaaaand she’s also a little stinker.  Britt Menzies, a Mama and an artist/entrepreneur, first had the idea for StinkyKids when her daughter Emma requested that Britt paint her as a ballerina.  From that one painting grew an entire world–a world in which a whole gang of SkinkyKids have adventures, get into mishaps, and learn to be “Leaders of Good.”

Affiliate Link - StinkyKids and the Runaway Scissors on Amazon

I met the StinkyKids a few weeks ago during an amazing afternoon at the Madame Alexander Factory here in New York City, which happens to be less than a mile from my house and I never ever knew it!  After being set loose on the magical Madame Alexander Heritage Gallery and showroom several NYC bloggers, their kids and I were introduced to Britt Menzies and the StinkyKids.  And I have to say, I entered the showroom with two little boys who, in a room absolutely chock full of the most engaging variety of dolls and stuffed animals–I mean hundreds and hundreds of enticing dolls, went straight for the StinkyKids dolls arrayed on one table to the side.  Britt told us all about her journey to create the StinkyKids, and then went on to read her award-winning first book, StinkyKids and the Runaway Scissors. It’s a clever picture book for kids ages 10 and under, in which the StinkyKids get into trouble, but with creativity and help from Mom are able to solve their problems and be leaders for good.  See, this is what I like about these dolls.  They aren’t perfect.  They’re cute and cuddly but sometimes they insist on wearing their bathing suits, get gum in their hair, and are just little stinKers.

StinkyKid Britt

The dolls themselves are plush and cuddly and safe for kids ages 0 and up–hello those hard-to-buy for 18 month olders!  And there are girl StinkyKids and boy StinkyKids…each adorable, each with his or her own personality, interests and look, and each one a Leader of Good.  My daughter giggled with glee when she heard the name StinkyKids, loved the books and trading cards, and put StinkyKid Britt on her Christmas List.  Score!  StinkyKids dolls are available at Barnes and Noble online, Target.com and our affiliate, Amazon.comStinkyKids and the Runaway Scissors and also the second book StinkyKids See a Full Moon can be found at Barnes and Noble in brick and mortar or online, or on Amazon.

And here’s the best news, one Babies Gotta Have It reader will win a StinkyKid doll of her choice and a signed copy of the StinkyKids book, StinkyKids and the Runaway Scissors just in time for the holidaysWant to enter?  Read on!

StinkyKids Dolls

To Enter the StinkyKids Giveaway:

  • MANDATORY ENTRY #1: Take a swing by StinkyKids.  Leave a comment on the post sharing which doll you’d choose if you won.   Entering is that easy!

***Want extra chances to win? After you have made your first entry as described above, do anything listed below and leave me additional comments for each one letting me know what you did!  Maximum of seven entries per person.

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  • Follow me on Twitter and tweet this giveaway. I’ve made it easy just cut and paste: Win a cute plush StinkyKids doll for your Little Stinker this holiday season from @BabiesGottaHavT and @stinkykids http://snurl.com/212imih
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  • Email your friends about the giveaway and link to the giveaway post! cc me in the message (babiesgottahaveit@gmail.com)–I promise I will not spam you or your friends. Cross my heart.

Your email address will remain private and not be shared with anyone. Giveaway only open to those with U.S.  addresses. Must be 18 or older to win. Giveaway begins on Tuesday December 6th and ends on Sunday December 18th at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time. Very soon after,  Random.org will select the winner I’ll email you immediately. After my daughter called Larry the Cable guy the last time she did a drawing, we have decided to take a little vacation from her choosing the winner. Random.org is in no way as cute and unpredictable as my daughter, but it is much more efficient and does not use any pieces of paper, even recycled ones. I am sure you will understand. Thanks for entering! And thanks to the folks at StinkyKids and Madame Alexander for the wonderful tour and StinkyKids products to check out!

UPDATE! We have a winner!  Random.org says ” 43″. Congratulations Julianne!  Thanks to everyone who entered!

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Have a Happy Henson Halloween – Dinosaur Train Giveaway

Happy Halloween from "Dinosaur Train"

Halloween may be three weeks away but we are more than ready in our apartment.  Our decorations may be kinda lame, and it’s as balmy as a July day, but still, my little Bean is psyched.  We’ve been perusing the oddball gourds at the Farmer’s Market, trying on every possible leotard and tutu combination, weighing the pros and cons, and narrowing in on the costume.  We’ve consumed an entire pack of ghost Peeps…okay I did that all by myself.  In about twenty four hours.  But they get stale really really fast.

Happy Halloween from Sid the Science Kid

Halloween episodes of all the Bean’s favorite shows are hitting the air waves, and I was so excited to hear about new offerings from two of our PBS Kids favorites, “Dinosaur Train” and “Sid the Science Kid,” both from the brilliant Jim Henson Company.  On October 17th you can check out the “Spooky Science Special” starring Sid, Gerald, teacher Susie and the rest of the gang (rebroadcast on the 25th, 28th, 30th and 31st) and tune in October 20th for the Dinosaur Train “Haunted Roadhouse/Big Pond Pumpkin Patch” episode (airing again on the 24th, 28th, 30th and 31st)

Dinosaur Train Buddy Costume

Still searching for that perfect costume for your little trick-or treater?  The PBS Kids website offers patterns for you to create your own Buddy costume (there are sew and no-sew options!) or you can buy one and a personalized matching trick-or-treat bag ready made on their site.  A Tiny Pteranodon costume is also available to buy on the site

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We were lucky enough to receive a copy of the new Dinosaur Train Halloween book, “The Spooky Scavenger Hunt” to help get us into the Halloween spirit (thank you Dinosaur Train!).  Written for ages 4 – 8, this fun and educational storybook takes the reader on a nighttime scavenger hunt with Buddy, Tiny, Mr. Pteranodon, and Mr. Conductor.  It is illustrated with colorful, engaging pictures that capture the spirit of the show, and of course, offers age-appropriate information about nocturnal dinosaurs and using your five senses.

And thanks to the great folks at the Jim Henson company, one lucky Babies Gotta Have It reader will win a copy of “The Spooky Scavenger Hunt”.  Want to enter? Read on!

To Enter the Dinosaur Train Giveaway:

  • MANDATORY ENTRY #1: What’s your favorite Halloween costume that you or your child ever wore? Just leave a comment on this post sharing it with me!  Entering is that easy!

***Want extra chances to win? After you have made your first entry as described above, do anything listed below and leave me additional comments for each one letting me know what you did!  Maximum of nine entries per person.

  • Follow me on Twitter and tweet this giveaway. I’ve made it easy just cut and paste: @BabiesGottaHavT is giving away the new Dinosaur Train story book `The Spooky Scavenger Hunt’ @pbskids http://snurl.com/mtjp2″
  • Follow PBS Kids on Twitter.
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  • Email your friends about the giveaway and link to the giveaway post! cc me in the message (babiesgottahaveit@gmail.com)–I promise I will not spam you or your friends. Cross my heart.

Your email address will remain private and not be shared with anyone. Giveaway only open to those with U.S.  addresses. Must be 18 or older to win. Giveaway begins on Tuesday October 11th and ends on Sunday October 23rd at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time. Very soon after,  Random.org will select the winner I’ll email you immediately. After my daughter called Larry the Cable guy the last time she did a drawing, we have decided to take a little vacation from her choosing the winner. Random.org is in no way as cute and unpredictable as my daughter, but it is much more efficient and does not use any pieces of paper, even recycled ones. I am sure you will understand. Thanks for entering!

Update!  Random.org says 34″  Congratulations Stephanie!  And thanks to everyone who entered!  I have two more great giveaways going on now and another one in the pipeline!  Come on back and enter again!

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Captivate Your Beasts with Alphabeasts!

Here’s another great review from Kristin. Read on to see how the Alphabeasts were received by her little beasts. We always love the chance to review plush toys that work for boys and girls alike. Thanks so much AlphaBeasts for sending this one along!

The AlphaBeasts

After our second day of preschool, the package arrived with its usual flourish…a loud knock at the door, followed by an extremely excited three-year-old boy racing to the door for a glimpse!  This particular package was opened with the up-two-octaves-voice of a boy who cannot contain his excitement.  “What is it, Mommy? Is it for me?”

“CW, meet Calicocious.  He’s an Alphabeast!”  This introduction was followed instantly by the stream-of-consciousness conversation only followed by a child’s mother.

The AlphaBeasts

“Mommy, he has the letter ‘C’ on his belly.  C is for my name! Is he for me?  Can I keep him?  Can he sleep with me?  Is he a nice beast?  Look, he has two sides.  One side is blue and one is green.  What’s his name again?  Does he have friends?  Can I get the one with the ‘M’ for MD [his baby brother] for Christmas?  Wouldn’t that be nice of me?”  Deep breath here.  “What’s his name?  The one with the ‘M’? Who gave this to me?  I love it!  Can I keep it?”

The AlphaBeasts

And so, the Alphabeast snuggles next to my very happy boy this naptime as he goes to sleep with Calicocious sweetly tucked in with him.  What a fun way to get your kids interested in letters and spelling!  There are upper case (larger) beasts and lower case (smaller) beasts.  They are all named with their letter (my favorite is D – Dadildoit…say it fast aloud), and they all have a personality and a story.  Calicocious, for instance, is the “majestic swimmer of Alphaland.”

The AlphaBeasts

Creative, fun, and educational, Alphabeasts are soft and cuddly, and there are books available that tell the stories of each beast with alliteration and humor!  The brainchildren of two dads, Alphabeasts are a must have for your Christmas and birthday gift lists.  They are available online at Amazon or at the Alphabeasts webpage.  Collect all of them, or spell your child’s name, or read the books…and definitely consider an Alphabeast as a unique and educational gift for your child or grandchild this holiday season!  Calicocious and CW will continue to be best pals, I have no doubt, especially since CW has created a story of his very own to tell his baby brother.  And, Calicocious has already been invited to Show-and-Tell for week “A” (for Alphabeast)!

Get ready to captivate your own little beast with one of these adorable creatures!

Kristin -  Babies Gotta Have It New Contributing WriterKristin is a former high school English teacher and show choir geek enjoying time as a stay-at-home mom to CW and new baby brother MD.

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Baby Lust – Skip Hop Zoo Bookends

Skip Hop Zoo Bookends

I found these wonderful little Bookends from Skip Hop (of the amazing Skip Hop Diaper Bags) at my little local independent children’s book and toy store, Book Culture.  The Little Bean’s books are piled in and around her little purple and yellow bookshelf.  We are having a hard time convincing her to get rid of…well any of her baby and toddler toys and books.  I have to sneak them out in the middle of the night.

Bookends seemed like a good idea.  Except for the part where they are big and metal, or big and marble, and breakable and dangerous.  A bookend is a weapon in the game of Clue right?  Well, it should be.  You’d do a lot more damage with a bookend than a wrench.

And then I came across the Skip Hop Zoo Bookends.  Part stuffed animal.  Part bean bag.  Part book end.  Completely adorable.  Safe for toddlers and preschoolers.  I got the owls.  Look for them at your neighborhood independent children’s book store or buy them online.

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The Solution to Long Distance Storytime – Readeo Subscription Giveaway

For a few weeks this winter, I considered doing a 14 week job in California.  I didn’t end up taking it for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that I wasn’t actually offered the job.  But for a while I thought seriously what it would be like to spend almost three months away from the Little Bean.  It kinda kept me up at night. And it will no doubt sound cliche, but chief among my reasons for not wanting to go away was not being around to read bedtime stories for what seemed like an impossibly long time.

In so many ways I am very lucky.  I didn’t have to go.  So many Mamas and Daddies don’t have that choice.  Whether a parent is in the armed services, employed in another city or state, or even just required to put in extremely long hours that preclude bedtime, these days, tales of families spending lots of time apart are pretty common.

Honestly, as awesome as video chat is, my little one tires of it fairly quickly–more quickly than her grandparents do. My Mom read the Little Bean a story during an online chat the other day.  A beautiful old Golden Book about a kitten.  It was pretty neat in theory, but honestly, we couldn’t really see the pictures.  And my daughter certainly couldn’t follow along with the words as Granny pointed to them.   But the book kept her engaged for longer than just talking usually does  So what’s the solution to quality long-distance storytime?

Readeo.  Readeo is a really really good idea.  Readeo is video chat meets storytime.  Simply log onto Readeo.  Have Mama or Grandma log on, too.  Become “friends”.  And start a book chat.  Check out the video above to see what the interface looks like, but basically the top of your screen displays a vibrant, crystal-clear, page-turnable book, and the bottom of your screen displays the two standard chat windows–you and your loved one.  You child and the reader look at the pages at the same time.  Your child hears the book as Grammie or Daddy or Aunt Jossy reads it.  You all turn the pages and experience the story at the same time.  Even though you’re miles apart.  It’s a pretty great concept.

If you have a webcam and high speed internet, you’ve got all you need to make Readeo work.  Sign up for a free trial (and even if you don’t choose to upgrade to member status you can still read the book of the month for free every month) and give it a try.  As a side benefit, even if you aren’t book chatting, Readeo members can enjoy books from the Readeo library solo.  So if it’s too rainy to head out to the library, but you can’t stand the thought of reading “Brown Bear Brown Bear” for the thirty millionth time, log onto Readeo for a library of new books all just a click away.

Are you still waiting to send that perfect belated Mother’s Day gift to your Mom across the country? Or are you looking for a unique and special Father’s Day gift for a Daddy deployed overseas?  A subscription to Readeo, from your child, to a parent or loved one, is a really thoughtful gift.

And the great news…yeah you knew this was coming…Readeo is offering free one-year subscriptions to Readeo to five Babies Gotta Have It readers. You heard me.  Five!  Want to enter?  Read on.

To Enter the Readeo Giveaway

  • MANDATORY ENTRY #1: Visit the Readeo Online Library.  Then come back here and leave a comment sharing which book you’d most like to hear your loved one read to your child.   Entering is that easy!

***Want extra chances to win? After you have made your first entry as described above, do anything listed below and leave me additional comments for each one letting me know what you did!  Maximum of eight entries per person.

  • Follow me on Twitter and Readeo on Twitter, and tweet the following (just cut and paste): Enter to win a one year subscription to @Readeo @BabiesGottaHavT and share some long-distance storytime online. http://snurl.com/x3ich
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  • Email your friends about the giveaway and link to the giveaway post! cc me in the message (babiesgottahaveit@gmail.com)–I promise I will not spam you or your friends. Cross my heart

Your email address will remain private and not be shared with anyone. Giveaway open to anyone anywhere in the world–that’s a lot of what’s awesome about Readeo. Must be 18 or older to win. Giveaway begins on Wednesday May 26th and ends on Wednesday June 9th at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time. Very shortly thereafter,  Random.org will select the winner,  and I’ll email you immediately. After my daughter called Larry the Cable guy the last time she did a drawing, we have decided to take a little vacation from her choosing the winner. Random.org is in no way as cute and unpredictable as my daughter, but it is much more efficient and does not use any pieces of paper, even recycled ones. I am sure you will understand. Thanks for entering!

Disclosure: Readeo provided a one-month trial subscription to me so I could review the site and the free subscriptions to the winners of this giveaway.  I was not compensated monetarily, and all views and opinions with regard to the products or company itself are my own and were not influenced, nor reviewed, by the company prior to posting.

Update!  We have winners!  All of you!  Thanks so much for entering!

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Sprig Toys Story Builders – Babies Bottom Line Review

As the holiday season approaches, I know I am going to be scouring the stores and the web for wonderful toys that will impact my little gal and the earth she inhabits equally well.  I am a huge fan of Sprig Toys! Their toys foster battery-free creativity in our children and the Story Builders Playsets are no exception.  These toys encourage storytelling and imaginative play, and the fact that they’re made of 100% recycled paperboard (printed with non-toxic water-based ink) and recycled sprig wood is just the pink stripe on the candy cane as far as I’m concerned.

These neat sets combine board books, puzzles, and sturdy 3-D paper dolls and buildings all in a compact, easy to take on the go package.  In addition to “Little Red Riding Hood” playset featured in the video also check out “The Three Little Pigs.”

Babies Bottom Line: Watch the video.  The Bean had a great time playing with the Little Red Riding Hood Story Builder board book and play set.  And Mama loves that it’s eco-friendly, non-toxic, and great for travel.

Disclosure: Sprig Toys sent me this product to review.  I was not compensated in any way for this post. All views and opinions with regard to the product or company itself are my own and were not influenced, nor reviewed, by the company prior to posting.

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When Over the River & Through the Woods Just Isn’t an Option

There are so many great ways for your kids to keep in touch with their grandparents these days…they can email, they can skype, they can write a good old fashioned letter…or your toddler can call them on your cell phone when you’re well into your third hour at Lowe’s because the bathroom is suddenly falling down around you and your child has tired of turning on and off every single faucet in the fixtures aisle and will not be duped into pretending to wash her hands yet again and to really make her point she’s threatening to pitch a full fledged tantrum right there in front of the vanities if you do not immediately produce a bottle of milk and you’d really rather not haul her writhing body the one mile between your shopping dolly and your car while she’s red faced and howling.

But another wonderful way to keep Granny and Pops and Grammie and Grandpa fresh in our thoughts is through reading children’s books about grandparents.  The “My Grandma Could Do Anything” series from Rein Designs is a really fun and funny series designed to do just that.  I especially like the basic theme that Grandmothers are like superheroes, capable of doing anything and everything…if they simply choose to do so.  65 is so the new 40.  Your Grandma may not bungee jump…but then again, maybe she does.  And she definitely could!

Update from the author! I’ve just had an email from the author letting me know that two new titles are coming out this Friday: “My Grandma Could do Anything at the Zoo” and “My Grandma Could do Anything in the Rocky Mountains”! We’ll be sure to check them out!

My Grandma Could Do Anything Book

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iPods, Audio Books for Kids, and the Day I Met Gordon

Roscoe Ormon Sesame Street Dad

My baby is obsessed with electronics.  She is not yet two.  This seems a bit early. I am ready for my tween to demand a cell phone. But my toddler? I often would like to ignore my cell phone when it rings.  This is impossible when my daughter is around.  “Phone? Phone? Phone?”

The thing is, I am obsessed with technology.  Here it is, a lovely Tuesday evening, and my husband and I are both sitting in our living room, watching TV and working on our computers.  I kinda want my baby to play entirely with crayons and sustainably made wooden toys and musical instruments.  But I’m not strumming my dulcimer on the fire escape right now.  I’m voting for an American Idol contestant, catching the first few minutes of this ridiculous Osborne’s variety show, and blogging.   What behavior am I modeling?

Look, I do think it is possible for technology to coexist with the non-battery-powered facets of life.  I don’t think we need to pick a camp.  I don’t think that iPods are going anywhere, and frankly, I’m not all that upset about it.  I value my iPod.  I have all my favorite music on it as well as (and here i’m showing some latte-sipping, prius-driving stripes even though I drive a Ford Taurus stationwagon) NPR podcasts.  And thanks to clever companies like AudibleKids.com, I think we have reason to believe that it’s not necessarily a bad thing for our kids either.

I learned about AudibleKids.com from one of the coolest people in the world… Gordon from Sesame Street.  I have been informed by my mother that he was one of my favorites when I was a child.  He is still one of my favorites now.  Gordon a.k.a. Roscoe Ormon is an actor, author, illustrator, and also the new Chief Storyteller for AudibleKids.com.  I was lucky enough to have lunch with this Sesame Street Dad last week at Serendipity, and I learned a little bit about what the folks at AudibleKids are thinking.  Kids love iPods. Kids aren’t going to give up iPods.  So why not create content for iPods that parents can really get behind: audio books!

Mr. Ormon pointed out that audio books can serve as a pathway to reading books in hard copy.  You may have a hard time selling your kids on an author or series that you are sure they’ll love, but try popping it in the car stereo on a long road trip and see if the next time you go to the library, they reach for that author on the shelf! And didn’t story telling come before story writing?  I actually think there’s something special and even kind of ancient about listening to stories being told by master storytellers.  And it makes the experience of the story something that is shared.  What better way to engage with your kids than to listen to a book together and then talk about it?

So what’s available on AudibleKids.com?  Right now there are about six thousand books available ranging from picture books to young adult novels.  I did some browsing on AudibleKids.com and found everything from “Anne of Green Gables” to “Blubber, C.S. Lewis to R.L. Stine.  And even better, there are downloads available for FREE!

Story time.  Yeah, that’s something baby’s just gotta have.

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Board Books to Drool Over – Amazing Baby Board Books

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  • Board books are a definite baby must have. Trust me, your teeny tiny babies may lay and gurgle while you read “Blueberries for Sal” to them before bed tonight, but once they start to grab and drool you’re gonna want some board books.  Consider the Amazing Baby Board Books when you’re building your baby’s library.  They offer interactive, touchable, colorful board books that grow with your baby.  Your baby will chew on, spit up on, and throw them across the room with glee for years.  And if you’re lucky, you may learn the difference between a pig and a cow like I did.  Pair  Peekaboo,Puppy! and  Clap and Sing! for a lovely baby shower gift!

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