Sigikid iBedoo – for those techie tots

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I can tell you we sure do love the Mozart CD given to my first son by his Grandmother when he was a baby.
It’s on every single night in our second son’s room these days and I love to watch his eyes droop to the relaxing strains of the
orchestra. The thing is, that it sure is a lot of repetition, and there’s just no getting away from that with CDs. However, mp3 players have solved that problem!

Meet the
Sigikid iBedoo,
a little music pal for
babies and toddlers sure to appeal to gadget-oriented parents. It
contains a connection for an mp3 player, that is then zipped
up safely inside the toy.
The iBedoo has small speakers that
are designed to play at the perfect volume for tiny sensitive ears. No
unexpected blasts will be heard from this cute and cuddly friend, who
softly and continuously plays the music from speakers contained within
its belly.

There’s even a dedicated
iBedoo website
from which you can download all
kinds of music box melodies appropriate for the very young, such as Ave
Maria and Amazing Grace.
You don’t even have to go searching for them, and best of all, the music is
free! Of course, if a bit of The Ramones sends them off nicely,
then you can use you own collection as well.

Marvellous from a safety point of view, as well as the
unexpected bonus of not having to fork out for batteries (the speakers use your player’s power) that
children’s toys seem to chew through. There’s also a
squeaker for baby to play with, and the toy is fully machine washable.

The iBedoo was featured at Life In Style in Sydney earlier this year and are still trying to secure stock for Australia.
Little People Imports
will be able to tell you which retailers will be stocking them.

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