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Monday, May 21, 2007

tooth tunes

Have you seen these new tooth brushes that play music for two minutes while your child brushes their teeth.

you can watch the commercial here.

They sell for about $10.00 but I have seen them as cheap as $6.00. These would make great stocking stuffers!

15 comments:

The Christian's said...

I have looked at your blog a few times before. You have some of the greatest ideas! You are very inspiring!! I loved your t-shirt idea for the end of the school year! This toothbrush is also a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing all of your creativity, Karyn

Chris said...

I have to tell my girls found these at Target when I dragged them there on errands. They brought them to me and asked if they could have new toothbrushes. I agreed, they were cute. Was not thrilled with the price, but they love them.

Lacie said...

Do they play Elmo's World (HeeHee)!
Fun Find! I might want one!

Michelle A. said...

I am going to Target today in Salt Lake, I'll have to pick them up. The girls (and me) just love High School Musical, I'll have to see what else they have! Thanks for the idea!

Price Cream Parlor said...

I bought my littles the blinking light ones at TARGET. They love them! They were like 97 cents a piece! I didn't see the musical ones! They would have loved those for certain!

Jill said...

Stocking stuffers!? It's only May, this is why Christmas sneaks up on me every year, I don't want to shop until I'm totally into the Christmas Spirit so I end up with only about two weeks until my deadline. Aargh.

My kids have the blinking light toothbrushes.

Jamie said...

it's been a while since i checked your blog last....i'm sorry to hear about your mom and hope she is doing better.
there is always so much to catch up on on your blog. these tooth brushes are great...we've also had the singing tooth past tube- one of the benefits of the dental field is trying all the new stuff free! :)

ps- please tell me you are not sending out 32 boxes of cereal!!!

Ez said...

I too love the concept of these toothbrushes... however my daughter has one and she can hardly stop dancing long enough to brush her teeth... LOL!

Laurie said...

I bought one of these at Target - I think it was only $4 but I may have been wrong. It was a Thomas Train one. Perhaps HS Musical costs more. Anyway, I got it home only to find I had pulled one with dead batteries! Had to return it. It's a very fun concept.

Rachel said...

I saw an ad for them in Wonder Time magazine and have been very tempted to buy some! A very cool product!

Victoria said...

Your an early shopper huh? Smart, wish I was...lol! They are cute, thanks!

michelle said...

Oh boy, Lucas needs one of those for sure! He needs incentive to brush longer, and I need him to stop getting so many cavities. We brush his teeth for him now to make sure it gets done well, but I wonder if this brush would help him do better on his own...

Amanda :-) said...

Gosh, the things these marketing bods come up with! We had nothing when I was small. Stripey toothpaste was the latest thing.

I'm a bit like Jill. If I buy the Christmas stuff this early, I'll squirrel it away and forget I've got it!

FancyPantsMom said...

I bought these for my kids and they work great. It's the only way i can get them to do that whole " brush for two minutes" thing. And it's pretty funny to watch them rock out while foamy paste spills out onto their pajamas.

Barb said...

I'm picturing my girls using the toothbrush as a pretend microphone and singing along instead of brushing their teeth. Good find, I'm gonna see if I can get a few samples from a dental rep I know.