Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Baby Songs - Good Night|
Actor: Hap Palmer
Genres: Kids & Family, Educational
Studio: Tcfhe Release Date: 08/31/2004 Run time: 45 minutes Rating: Nr
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Not our favorite Baby Songs!
(2 out of 5 stars)
"We have several Baby Songs tapes which my girls love and they get ready to nap and go to bed with Baby Songs Animals. When I found out there was one about sleeping I was very excited. But, this video does not promote sleep in my kids. The first part of the tape is very good and soothing. Around the middle and especially at the end it is not. The segment in between songs is very loud in a couple of places so a relaxed sleepy kid is startled. Then the last two songs (I think they are the last two) have terrible visuals. One has a puppet flying around and it is the ugliest thing. Another has a little men on the crib. One song is about a kid who keeps waking up in the night and going in to his parents bed - he ends up getting to stay and the mom sleeps in his bed. Not an idea I want to promote. I wish they would redo this video and make it more for sleeping. Some of the songs are good.Jennifer"
Deborah | New York | 04/20/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I highly support Hap Palmer's videos as entertaining and extremely well produced, however I did not like the Good Night video due to the religious nature of several of the songs. Parents with strong beliefs in higher beings may not find this video as problematic as we did."
Sort of scary...
Lisa Schooler | Livermore, CA United States | 02/12/2006
(2 out of 5 stars)
"My 8 year old daughter and I found parts of this movie somewhat freaky (although the two year old did fine). The song called "Lovey" depicts stuffed animals suddenly becoming life-sized during the day. The final vignette made my 8 year old cover her eyes - it depicts a scary looking puppet/dummy (as if in an old horror show or twilight zone, like a ventriloquist would use) that suddenly opens it HUGE eyes, flies around the room (bed and all), and opens up the window. We did NOT find this movie restful, although we like the other BabySongs videos..."
Jill Kipnes | New York | 03/08/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I was surprised to see the low rating this video had received and felt I had to offer another opinion since it has been one of my son's favorites since he was an infant. "Baby Songs, Good Night" is beautiful, profound, thoughtful, and mesmerizing. There isn't a bad song on the whole tape. It really is special.Our favorites are "Spinning on the Same Ball", "Lovey and Me", "Teddy Bear Ball", and, as all parents will relate, "I sleep 'til the Morning" (my husband played this one three times in row to try to make a point, and for the first time in ten months, our son did - go figure). "Sleep my Baby" and "Old Rocking Chair", "Counting Miracles" and "All Night, All Day" are equally good, just not our favorites, but our son (now almost two) loves them."Sleep On" is actually one of the more adorable songs, although, I understand the complaints made by a couple of the other reviewers. The visual is certainly lacking, but, if you really listen to the song and ignore the visual, you'll be won over, it's very sweet."