In a recent study published by the Fatherhood Institute, 95% of men and women say it is important for dads to spend time caring for children during their first two years. We agree. And we know that there’s a lot of dad, baby and eebee time happening out there, too. Here’s just a little of what we’ve heard from our dadees:
Don (eebee co-founder/co-creator), Kenly, David and Whitney’s dadee says: “Visit us at http://www.raisingwhit.com/. That’s the blog I started when Whitney, my youngest was born (she’s almost 1 now!!)”
Tom, Claire’s dadee says:
“As a pediatrician I know that while it is important to limit TV time, it is equally important to make good choices about what our kids watch. The eebee series of videos model for parents how to play and interact with their kids in stimulating ways using things found around any house. While many children’s videos seem to exist primarily as a vehicle to sell merchandise, the eebee line seems to resist that, and is enjoyable and educational for parents and children alike.”
Wade, Serenity’s dadee says:
“Not only does eebee make [my 12-month-old daughter] smile, but I have noticed since she began watching the videos at six months, that she uses the ideas and concepts in everyday life…after your pouring video she began to put stuff around the house in empty glasses/cups and pour it back out. after your paper tearing video she began taking toilet paper, napkins, paper towels, whatever and tearing it in half while she peeks through the rip.”
And, hats off to all of you Dadee’s.
P.S. Please let us know what you and your child think about eebee’s new “dadee” playmate, Jody. You can see him playing on demand in one of the new Water adventures, “Fountain of Ideas,” and Sound & Music adventures, “Kitchen Band.”