Baby Einstein Announces The Year of the Happy Baby with Special Coupon

The Baby Einstein Company will introduce six new toy and gear products (Sweet Sea Dreams Mobile, Sea Dreams Soother, Count & Discover Treasure Chest, Music & Discovery Travel Mirror, Peek-A-Scene and Baby Neptune Activity Saucer) that join the more than 100 existing product offerings. Designed from baby’s point of view, the latest new toys ( and gear for children two and under, feature big shapes, bright colors, soft lights and sweet melodies. Available at major retailers across the US and Canada, priced from US$9.99 to US$79.99.

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Baby Einstein Discover Kits – New Kits Available!

Join new characters Pellie the musical woodpecker and Coco the dancing cockatoo and share the magic of rhythm with your little one. World of Rhythm explores rhythm in music, rhythm in nature and rhythm as a form of expression and is a fun way to encourage your little one to express their own unique beat through singing, dancing, clapping and playing. Your little one will want to keep a beat, snap his fingers and march his feet!


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Product Review: Baby Einstein’s Baby Neptune Ocean Adventure Gym

One of the first toys that we purchased for our AppleBlossom was the Baby Einstein’s Baby Neptune Ocean Adventure Gym. At first she would cry anytime she was put down aka out of Mama’s arms, yet after a while she started looking around. It was at about ten weeks old that she was interested in playing or batting around. Her favorite part is the octopus with it’s rattle, scrunchy-like tentacles, and now (15 wks) the orange handle. Let the ocean adventure begin! This soft activity gym features a musical aquarium toy with Baby Einstein ocean characters, classical melodies, and dancing lights. A whale shaped prop-up pillow accompanies baby on this underwater adventure during tummy time, which comes to life with the crisp and colorful real-life scenery of the sea on the play mat. Tummy time is enhanced by the animal peek-a-boo flaps with real-life imagery, and the ability to reposition. . .

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