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Answer by Juggalette0327 at 10:18 PM on Nov. 27, 2009
Dr. Linn is full of it. She obviously has a bug up her butt about Disney's hugely popular Baby Einstein series because she hates big corporations making a well-deserved profit.
She says it inhibits children from playing and delays language development. Well, my three year old gifted son who speaks in ten word sentences and plays in front of the TV just fine must be an anomaly. He had as many Baby Einstein DVD's as we could afford and watched them at least once a day since he was six months old. To this day he laughs with happiness whenever we pretend to put pepper on flowers and sneeze.
While my husband and I aren't stupid enough to think for a minute that the DVD's made our son smart, we certainly are smart enough to use a tool like learning DVD's wisely.
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