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Baby Einstein Language Nursery (1997)

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One in a series of billions, but the kids love em
16 August 2005 | by (Coastal Maine) – See all my reviews

Well it's kind of hard to really comment on these series of tapes, they're pretty simplistic and generally for kids 3 or younger. Our two boys love watching these things, though our older one (2 yrs old) seems to be growing out of them. Gives mom and dad some time to themselves while keeping the kids entertained. For those unfamiliar with them, they are a series of videos where they show images of toys, photos and films of various things, and narration on a baby entertaining level. What impresses me is that each one of these videos probably cost less than a $1000 each, yet these people are making a ton of money from these. The only downside is that like baby clothes, your kids outgrow these and eventually they wind up in yard sales or Goodwill (the videos not your kids)


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