Tuesday, May 25, 2010
UPDATE: All 250 "Juno Baby" DVDs have been claimed. Thanks again to all who signed up!
When it comes to new and interesting family-friendly products, sometimes moms would like to try them out for themselves, instead of, say, just reading about them online or in magazines.
That's where new product relay company Heard It From A Mom comes in.
With HeardItFromAMom.com (HIFAM), moms can try out new products for free. If you like it, HIFAM will send moms that you recommend the same product to try -- also for free. In turn, those moms can recommend their friends, and so on and so on while supplies last.
So what's the latest product on offer?
L.A. Story is teaming up with Heard It From A Mom to give away 250 free Juno Baby DVDs. (Click here to get yours now!)
Juno Baby is a series created by Belinda Takahashi, Ph.D., that mixes music with age-appropriate learning.
In the "Juno Baby: Way to Go, Juno!" DVD, Juno and her friends learn how to overcome such fears as the dark, getting a first haircut and even eating broccoli. But they do it through friendship and music that is not only vibrant and joyful but also fun.
Tailored for kids ages 18 months to 5 years, the DVD mixes original music from Takahashi with classical fare from composers Handel, Brahms and Mendelssohn.
CC was entertained by Juno and her friends Bunny, Baby Rai Rai, Buzz the Bee, Murphy the Caterpillar and Indie the Cat. She kept asking, "Where's Juno? Where's Juno?" whenever the long-haired little girl wasn't onscreen.
Despite not having exactly the same fears as the Juno crew -- CC actually loves getting her hair cut -- she did tell the screen that she was afraid of Halloween. (Something I didn't actually know.)
The songs and characters were all sweet and encouraging, willing to help each other out to overcome their fears.
Click here to receive your free "Juno Baby: Way to Go, Juno!" DVD. If you like it, tell your friends to click here to get one, too.
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