Holiday Travel Tip Hits High Note With Weary Parents

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Parents discover how to keep their sanity when vacationing with young ones. By playing music the whole family will enjoy together, there will be no more crying or shouts of "Are We There Yet!?"

The thing parents dread most when on holiday vacation is dealing with cranky babies. Whether in the car for hours or stuck in a hotel room, no one likes to hear a crying child. Hours can seem like days. Until now, there was very little mom and dad could do short of stuffing cotton in their ears.

It is said music soothes the savage beast, but what about families on vacation? Following a trend first seen in Europe, American parents (and grandparents) have discovered a new use for a special kind of music while traveling. These grown-ups even play it when the young ones aren’t with them. It keeps them calm behind the wheel, reduces mental and physical stress and puts them in a good mood. Other than being in the back seat, the same can be said for their babies.

The music is the groundbreaking Lovely Baby CD series – the first and only original music in the world for the emotional, intellectual and physical development of babies. With as many adult listeners as babies, grown-ups around the world play this music for their own enjoyment. This newest application has turned what had been a mostly stress-induced experience for parents into one of pleasure. The CDs are so convenient; they can be taken anywhere, offering hours of eternal bliss for the entire family. When planning your next family getaway, be sure to make Lovely Baby CDs part of your survival kit.

Lovely Baby CDs carry a suggested retail price of $15.98 are available at select retailers throughout the U.S., online at and and via toll-free phone at 1.877.695.2229. Lovely Baby CDs have been named "Top Creative Toys For 2004" by Creative Child Magazine.

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