Let baby see what Wee See

Here’s an admission that will send me straight to Bad Mummy hell. I used to play a Baby Einstein dvd to my two children when they were babies. Yes, I know all the debate about television and tots. But sometimes a mum’s just gotta take a shower!

Now that I’m expecting again, the idea of having a baby-friendly distraction that will give me five angst-free minutes to shower, or dress my toddler, or pack my son’s kinder bag is still more attractive than any scorn from the so-called experts. So I’m glad to have discovered Wee See.

Wee See – a funkier and altogether groovier dvd for babies than the Baby Einstein series – is the brainchild of designer-turned-dad Rolyn Barthelman. He’s used stunningly simple graphic animations in bold black and white that will mesmerise, engage and engross babies as well as children. The shapes and patterns shift, change and transform in a way that will entrance infants without overloading their delicate little brains. So important. And it’s all set to the most perfect original scores by musician extraordinaire (and dad) Tim DeLaughter.

But don’t just take our word for it. Have a look right here for yourself.

Like what you see? Then you’ll be happy to know the dvds cost a mere US$17.99 each or US$31.99 for both, with shipping to Australia an extra US$10. You can get them direct from Wee See .

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