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Are you decorating a nursery room to welcome home your little bundle of joy?
Once you have all your nursery essentials – crib, changing table, dresser, rocking chair, baby monitor, hamper, etc. – now it’s time to have fun putting the room together! Since it can be a bit overwhelming to create the perfect environment for your little one, a check list of must-haves is very helpful in making sure you’ll have everything ready for baby’s arrival. Check out our list of recommended items:
Nightlight A small nightlight in the room can help comfort baby so it’s not pitch dark. In addition, the extra light can be helpful when you enter to check in on your little one during the night. If baby is sound asleep, you can tiptoe out of the room without having to turn on the light.
Music Have some soothing sounds on hand to calm baby before naptime. More >
You are probably feverishly searching for the perfect holiday gift for the new arrival in your life. You have come to the right place! Baby Einstein’s many baby products are some of the most raved about gifts for baby showers, 1st birthdays and the holidays. We wanted to share our holiday hottest list filled with tons of great gifts that don’t break the bank. Check out some of our best gifts for under $20.
- Rainstick Pals- Delight baby on the go! Perfect for little hands to grasp and hold, the zebra and giraffe animal friends feature a soft, plush head and feet. And baby will love the fun rainstick sound! $5.99 SRP – 3 mos & up
Did you know thatone of our favorite artists, Van Gogh, played a game of peek-a-boo with all of us by hiding a mystery painting named “Wild Vegetation,” under his famous piece “The Ravine”? Discovery really is everywhere! The Washington Post has the story.
We find that sharing your favorite works of art with your baby is a great way to bring something that you love into your everyday life together. Until your little one is old enough to create his own masterpieces, you can introduce him to art and color with Baby Einstein’s World of Colors Discovery Kit. We find it’s also fun to play games together and wanted to share some of our favorite art and color-inspired activities.
Found Colors Take a journey outdoors with your little one. Pick a color to explore and as you walk, point out that color everywhere you see it. You’ll get to see More >
We share your dedication to bringing a smile to your child’s face every day. Lucky for us we have awesome parents that are always giving us feedback to help guide us in what you want and need.
Recently we’ve been hearing quite a bit from parents of children with special needs. Of course, the issues and children’s ages vary, but we are always pleased to hear from parents that our products bring happiness to their child’s life. Your positive feedback made us want to share Baby Einstein with parents of a child with special needs who might not have explored our DVDs yet with their child. That’s when we thought, what better way than a sampler!
We are offering a free DVD sampler featuring a taste of 3 of our popular DVDs with almost 20 minutes of free content and expert advice. Parents can register for a copy now through December 31st. After More >
We recently asked our social media moms and dads for their advice on which Baby Einstein product they would recommend as a must have for an expecting mom to include on her registry. They gave us tons of great suggestions on Facebook and Twitter!
Since you may be asking the same question, we thought we’d share some of their tried and true recommendations for the products mom, dad and baby can’t live without.
It’s Together Time Tuesday! Baby Einstein DVDs give you a great reason to cuddle up on the couch and just relax together for a dose of quality time. Make your watching more interactive by talking to your baby through what you see. It’s as easy as naming the cuteness you see onscreen and pointing out objects. If he is a little restless place him in your lap and bounce along together to the music. Watch Baby Einstein founder (and mom) Julie Clark share some of her tips on making the most of your DVD-watching experience.