Baby Einstein Interviews
Isn’t it such a neat sight to watch your little one discover something new? As the stay at home mom of two beautiful girls, ages two and four months old, my house is a world of discovery each day! I love watching my daughters’ eyes sparkle when they learn something new. As a parent, it brings a new meaning to life once you’ve seen things through your child’s eyes.
At birth, my youngest daughter was diagnosed with Down Syndrome. Each milestone she surpasses is a celebration for our family. We are so proud of her! Even at just four months old, she amazes me with her strength every day. Her newest discovery is that she has a thumb and that it’s tasty! I’ll never forget the first time I caught her sucking her thumb. Her eyes were as big as saucers, trying to figure out what she had found and how it ended up in her mouth! Whatever it was, you More >
As we experience each first moment with our baby we realize how truly special the simple things in life are. We are excited that our dear friend Blue-Eyed Bride is joining us as our first Baby E guest blogger to share a recent fun first trip to the barber with her adorable son.
When our baby boy was first born, it was hard to imagine him doing anything other than sleeping and eating. Sure, I knew that someday he’d say his first word and take his first steps, but those days seemed such a long way away when we were in the middle of 2 a.m. feedings and diaper changes.
I did know, though, that I wanted to make sure that when those first moments happened, that I was there to see them, marvel over them, record them, and put them in his baby book.
Over the past 14 months, we have been so fortunate to More >
“Traveling with kids is a logistical nightmare and usually, it’s expensive. So with four children, we opted for road trips to the great outdoors.
The first year we tried for a big family vacation, we decided to just drive for three weeks and see what experiences Mother Nature would provide. Along the way we had totally unexpected experiences—a July snowstorm at Lake Tahoe; crabbing at low tide in Bellingham, Washington —in places we had never been. Once we made it to Canada, it was time to head home and we drove south right down the middle of Washington and Oregon.
About 3 hours south of the Oregon border we drove across a majestic bridge spanning a glorious blue lake that seemed to meander like fingers on a hand. About 100 feet below us we could see boats pulling people on water-skis, and houseboats floating around as though time More >
You don’t know it, but you probably know Bill Weisbach. Bill is the “ears” behind our Baby Einstein Music Box Orchestra. In fact, he has been writing beautiful music for Baby Einstein ever since its inception. He does it all—from composing to playing to producing—and because of his vibrant vision, Baby Einstein music helps introduce little ears to Mozart (hyperlink), Beethoven (hyperlink), and traditional and original music (hyperlink) from all over the globe.
How long have you been composing music and sound design for Baby Einstein? “I started composing music for Baby Einstein in 1997; the first video title, (then named) BabyEinstein featured images, movement and color, short poems, with verse and recitations in several languages, and simple focused melodies, rhythms, and natural sounds. For that title, I composed the original theme More >