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...testimonials about KiddiesGames
“Callum loves them. He played for 10 minutes straight, particularly the alphabet one. Callum doesn't play at anything for that long except for Wiggles videos. He loved repeating the letters and words. He also liked finding the D on the keyboard so he could bring up the dog.”
Sophie, Mother of Callum, 2 years old
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Anacleta.com - A comprehensive source of materials, activities, and ideas about the Spanish language and its many cultures, as well as other world language and cultures, especially for children under ten and their parents and FLES, dual language, immersion, and bilingual teachers.
Themes4Kids.com: A comprehensive resource for decorating kid's bedrooms and baby nurseries. You will find bedroom themes, tips, articles, and much more!
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...parenting tip of the moment
Singing is also popular. Since the arrival of our child, I've been singing everything. If they don't actually stop crying, they'll at least simmer down enough to see if you're any good. They'll listen to a few bars, and if you're not good, they'll resume crying...Still the fact that they even give you a chance is remarkable. That they have a legitimate grievance, and are willing to forgo complaining about it in exchange for a song, is, to me, darn decent of them....Next time your wife is upset about something, see what happens if you break into song...It'd never work. But babies, fortunately, are more easily sidetracked.
quoted from "Babyhood" by Paul Reiser of television's "Mad About You", pages 171-172
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