Sunday, November 25, 2007

Look what I found!

I hope you're not tired of seeing all things Baby on my blog lately! I did make attempts to write about other things, but the few times that I did try, this pc kept shutting down on me before I could hit "publish". So I'm keeping this post short so as to increase my chances of posting a new entry.

So here's the cover NOT of the latest issue of our magazine but of the recent anniversary issue (October 2007). I wasn't able to post it when it first came out, so here it is. The cover boy, Goyuito (I can't remember his real name as it's quite long), was 11 months at the time of the pictorial, and we loved him--curly hair and all! He is adorable--and we're not the only ones who think so. Some agent has called the office, wanting to know how to get in touch with the little tyke. Looks like a modeling career in the offing!

Here's the press release to give you an idea of what's in this 100-page issue:

Baby magazine celebrates 11th birthday!

Fun and freebies mark Baby magazine’s 11th anniversary issue this month, with entertaining reads and great giveaways in 100 pages! Kiddie parties are made easier with party-planning tips, ideas on choosing gifts, and a directory of suppliers from food and entertainment specialists to cake makers and entire party package providers. To let everyone in on the celebration, Baby is also holding exciting contests, with fabulous prizes courtesy of ReBirth Spa, Big & Small Co., Playtex Baby, Bumblebee & Co., Adarna House and Bosom Buddy. One contest has readers trying to match celebrities with their kiddie photos.

Topics covered in the October issue of Baby are spotting possible developmental delays through your infant’s fists, distinguishing milk allergy from lactose intolerance, the power of doing chores in boosting children’s self-esteem, preparing little flower girls and ring bearers for weddings, and safety tips around the house for curious toddlers.

Feature stories include the vital role that dolls play in little girls’ development, making the family computer and Internet access tools in raising your kids, and a fascinating look behind fictional superheroes Superman, Batman and Spider-Man.

Baby magazine is available nationwide at National Bookstore, SM Department Store baby section, Baby & Co., Babyland, Power Books, Bufini and selected mag:net plus outlets. For subscription and other inquiries, pls. call 728-3655/56.

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