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Wanna raise an Einstein? Then check out this giveaway!

When Cheeks was little we had a few Baby Einstein dvd's floating around the house.
He loved them!
As did I.
Baby Einstein is definitely not a company that makes mindless babble for a baby to watch.

I know some are opposed to tv for little ones but I believe all things in moderation...unless it's donuts, then game on for everyone.

I digress.

Here's the "official" release:
Baby Einstein, an award-winning leader of infant products, proudly adds three new products – Baby Lullaby, Neptune’s Oceans & World of Rhythm - to its line-up of recently unveiled Baby Einstein Discovery Kitson February 22, 2011. Baby Einstein Discovery Kits, which are specifically designed for babies up to two-years of age, help parents introduce babies to the beautiful worlds of classical music, nature and the arts through integrated multimedia kits.
Baby Einstein Discovery Kits (which are each packaged to include a Baby Einstein DVD, a music CD and either a book or Discovery Cards) are designed to help provide parents with new ways to introduce their little ones to the world around them in playful and engaging ways. The kits not only promote discovery and inspire baby’s natural curiosities but they also encourage parents to look to their everyday experiences as a way to extend content beyond just the kit.

All multimedia elements included in the kit compliment the other, inviting little eyes and little ears to enjoy the bright colors, real-world images, fun puppet shows and delightful melodies featured either in the DVD, CD, baby book or Discovery Cards. Discovery Kits align with a baby’s path from infant to toddler by offering three broad levels of discovery -- Experience (Level 1), Explore (Level 2) and Expression (Level 3). Level 1 kits are about experiencing music, utilizing popular classical music works by Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and others, re-orchestrated for little ears and enhanced with simple baby-friendly images and puppet shows. Level 2 kits invite babies to explore the outdoors and focus on animals found in nature, the ocean and around the home. Level 3 kits feature puppet hosts including Coco the dancing cockatoo, Vincent Van Goat and Bard the Dragon, and give toddlers a platform to move and express themselves through music, colors and words.

The new Baby Lullaby, Neptune’s Oceans & World of RhythmDiscovery Kits join six recently released titles (Baby Beethoven, Baby Mozart, Animals Around Me, Wild Animal Safari, World of Colors and World of Words) bringing the collection to nine total. Kits can be found at stores across the U.S. and Canada only and/or online at BabyEinsteinand retail for the suggested price of $19.99 U.S./$24.99 Canada.

But you don't have to wait to buy one because I am giving you a chance to win one!
That's right.
You can win one from little ole me & my bloggeroo.

Mandatory Entry:
Leave me a comment.  Please do not leave "Enter me", those type of comments will be removed.

Additional Entries:
1.  Like Baby Einstein on Facebook & leave a comment on their wall telling them I sent you.  Leave separate comments, including the link to your fb wall post, telling me (2 entries)
2.  Follow Baby Einstein on Twitter: click me! (1 entry)
3.  Follow my Facebook fan page & leave me a wall comment.  Leave separate comments letting me know (2 entries)
4.  Follow me on twitter: mkw70 (1 entry)
5.  Leave a link to my contest on Facebook, Twitter or your blog (1 entry each one)

That's it.
This giveaway will be open until Feb 18th at 8pm est.

Whatcha waiting for?
Get going!

*Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way for this post.  I was given the kit to give away*


Megryansmom said…
We love Baby Einstein!
Nacole McDuffy said…
I am new to your website! I love it, as well as, Baby Einstein!
T said…
I love Baby Einstein... I appreciate their educational bent! My email is in my profile.
captainliss40 said…
THis would be great for my nephew! captainliss40(at)gmail(dot)com
Heather R said…
My first daughter loved Baby Einstein when she was a baby. I am now pregnant and it would be great to have the Baby Einstein for new little one! Thanks for the chance!
Heather R said…
I Like Baby Einstein on Facebook and told them you sent me!
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Heather R said…
I Like Baby Einstein on Facebook and told them you sent me!
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I follow Baby Einstein on Twitter
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I follow you on Facebook and left a comment
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I follow you on Facebook and left a comment
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I follow you on Twitter
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Shared on Facebook
AmyLynn said…
I love Baby Einstein. This would be great for my baby niece and baby cousin that are due very soon! Thanks for the chance.
AmyLynn said…
Following babyeinstein on twitter: hillfam2005
AmyLynn said…
I'm your fan on Facebook and commented on your "snow lover/hater" post. #1
AmyLynn said…
I'm your fan on Facebook and commented on your "snow lover/hater" post. #2
sara danielson said…
this sounds really cool!! as a first time mom, it is sometimes hard to really know how to teach my daughter things and when,this would be a really nice way to start teaching her a bout the world :)

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