New 'Babymugs' Captures Infants' Attention

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), May 16, 1996 | Go to article overview

New 'Babymugs' Captures Infants' Attention


Byline: Jeff Tuckman

"Babymugs" is a new video that will appeal to infants and young children. It is intended to capture the attention of babies 3 months and older and provide another way for parents to interact with their children.

The video was produced by two new mothers who have learned firsthand the joys and frustration a new infant can bring. Forever in search of something to please their babies, it became obvious to them that their children enjoyed other babies' "mugs."

They decided on making a video of babies laughing, gurgling and smiling. The video is perfect for parents, grandparents and as a baby shower gift.

"Babymugs" is available from MVP Home Entertainment, runs 30 minutes and retails for $9.99. You can order by calling (800) 637-3555. Look for this and other children's videos at local video, department, book and toy stores.

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Studies show that dogs and cats can do wonders in helping people to reduce stress and even recover from illness. There are two new videos called "Doggy Faces" and "Kitty Faces" that capture the essence of dozens of dogs and cats, puppies and kittens, each with its own irresistible personality.

Both videos are available from MVP Home Entertainment, run 28 minutes and retail for $9.98. You can order by calling (800) 637-3555.

"Doggy Faces": Dogs and puppies of all ages and types are featured doing what they do best--showing off for their human companions. A dog's expressions and behavior have always been a source of fascination and amusement for people the world over. This wonderful video captures all their adorable looks and expressions and will be cherished by dog owners and lovers. …

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