Barney: A Very Merry Christmas The Movie DVD

Follow along with Barney the purple dinosaur in A Very Merry Christmas: The Movie! Barney takes a magnificent trip to the North Pole and pays a visit to Santa's workshop. Children will enjoy watching Barney decorate a Christmas caboose as he talks about the magic of Christmas. Baby Bop learns that giving is more important than receiving in this holiday DVD.
Number of discs: 1
Run time: 58 minutes
Category: Childrens; Family
Release date: 10/11/11
Not available for international shipment
Note: DVD encoded for Region 1, playable in the U.S. and Canada only

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Play Baby Play! Play Play Everyday!

Lets Nothing Stop Your Active Baby

Running around, climbing and jumping! your active baby seems unstoppable when it comes to playtime! To let him play freely, it's important for him to be comfortable with what he's wearing-especially his diaper. Because as baby moves around come those bumps and he falls on his butt! Instinctively, we stop baby from playing to check if his diaper is wet. That, and a wet diaper, males baby grumpy and irritable.

thats why, when it comes to diapers,
dryness is one of the top priorities for moms - and its especially important for babies at the active baby stage, where movement learning and play are crucial to his development that is why encouraging uninterrupted play and providing your baby or toddler with lots of interesting things to do is one of the best ways to ensure your baby's optimal development.


Colorful Balls

Kicking a ball is a skill for baby to learn especially at ages 1-2 years. you may need to model how to kick the ball in front of your baby.

Place the ball in front of baby, hold their legs and move it forward to show how to kick the ball.
When baby knows how to do it on his own, let him kick the ball!

Unilateral coordination - baby,s ability to control one side of the body, to distinguish how to move only the right side or only the left side
Torso control - baby's ability to control his upper body during movement.


Many parents consider play merely as a source of entertainment for their babies and a means of passing time. How often do we hear ourselves say: "Oh, he's just playing"? but there's nothing "just" about it. Play is vital yo your child's development! From 0 - 24 months, your children's brain grows faster than it normally will at any other point in his life. it is also through playing that a child can discover more about himself and the big world he lives in even before he learn to speak.
In fact, play has a fundamental role in the growth of social, emotional, linguistic and intellectual capacities, enhancing your child's expanding knowledge of the world about complex thing such as size, shape, gravity, weight, rigidity, and flexibility. and we shall see that such learning already start in the early month after birth. Play also involves the development of the motor skills as well as gross motor skills, strengthening your child's muscle for climbing, running and handling heavy objects, play encourages inventiveness, imagination, creativity and all kinds of problem solving. indeed observing the complexities of a young child's play can often be quite breathtaking. so play is crucial to healthy mental and physical development.

Baby name 2012

Abiela (Hebrew) My father is
Abielah, Abiella, Abiellah,
Abyela, Abyelah, Abyella,
TAbigail (Hebrew) The source
of a father’s joy
Abagail, Abbigail, Abigael,
Abigale, Abbygail, Abygail,
Abygayle, Abbygayle, Abbegale,
Abby, Abbagail, Abbey, Abbie,
Abbi, Abigayle
Abijah (Hebrew) My father is
Abija, Abisha, Abishah, Abiah,
Abia, Aviah, Avia
Abila (Spanish) One who is
Abilah, Abyla, Abylah
Abilene (American / Hebrew)
From a town in Texas /
resembling grass
Abalene, Abalina, Abilena,
Abiline, Abileene, Abileen,
Abileena, Abilyn
Abir (Arabic) Having a fragrant
Abeer, Abyr, Abire, Abeere,
Abbir, Abhir
Abira (Hebrew) A source of
strength; one who is strong
Abera, Abyra, Abyrah, Abirah,
Abbira, Abeerah
Abra (Hebrew / Arabic)
Feminine form of Abraham;
mother of a multitude;
mother of nations / lesson;
Abri, Abrah, Abree, Abria,
Abbra, Abrah, Abbrah
Abril (Spanish / Portuguese)
Form of April, meaning
opening buds of spring
Academia (Latin) From a community
of higher learning
Akademia, Academiah,
Acantha (Greek) Thorny; in
mythology, a nymph who was
loved by Apollo
Akantha, Ackantha, Acanthah,
Akanthah, Ackanthah
Accalia (Latin) In mythology,
the foster mother of Romulus
and Remus
Accaliah, Acalia, Accalya,
Acalya, Acca, Ackaliah, Ackalia
Adah (Hebrew) Ornament;
beautiful addition to the
Adda, Adaya, Ada
Adanna (African) Her father’s
daughter; a father’s pride
Adana, Adanah, Adannah,
Adanya, Adanyah
Adanne (African) Her
daughter; a
Adane, Adayne, Adaine,
Adayn, Adain, Adaen, Adaene
Adara (Greek / Arabic)
Beautiful girl / chaste one;
Adair, Adare, Adaire, Adayre,
Adarah, Adarra, Adaora, Adar
Addin (Hebrew) One who is
adorned; voluptuous
Addine, Addyn, Addyne
^TAddison (English) Daughter
of Adam
Addeson, Addyson, Adison,
Adisson, Addisyn, Adyson
Adeen (Irish) Little fire shining
Adeene, Adean, Adeane, Adein,
Adeine, Adeyn, Adeyne
Adela (German) Of the nobility;
serene; of good humor
Adele, Adelia, Adella, Adelle,
Adelie, Adelina, Adali
Adelaide (German) Of the
nobility; serene; of good
^Adeline (German) Form of
Adela, meaning of the nobility
Adalyn, Adalynn, Adelyn,
Adianca (Native American)
One who brings peace
Adianka, Adyanca, Adyanka
Adira (Hebrew / Arabic)
Powerful, noble woman / having
great strength
Adirah, Adeera, Adyra,
Adeerah, Adyrah, Adeira,
Adeirah, Adiera
Admina (Hebrew) Daughter of
the red earth
Adminah, Admeena, Admyna,
Admeenah, Admynah,
AdoraciĆ³n (Spanish) Having
the adoration of all
Adra (Arabic) One who is
chaste; a virgin
TAdriana (Greek) Feminine
form of Adrian; from the
Adriatic Sea region; woman
with dark features
Adria, Adriah, Adrea, Adreana,
Adreanna, Adrienna, Adriane,
Adriene, Adrie, Adrienne,
Adrianna, Adrianne, Adriel
Adrina (Italian) Having great
Adrinna, Adreena, Adrinah,
Adryna, Adreenah, Adrynah
Aegea (Latin / Greek) From
the Aegean Sea / in mythology,
a daughter of the sun who
was known for her beauty
Aegina (Greek) In mythology,
a sea nymph
Aeginae, Aegyna, Aegynah
Aelwen (Welsh) Woman with
a fair brow
Aelwenn, Aelwenne, Aelwin,
Aelwinn, Aelwinne, Aelwyn,
Aelwynn, Aelwynne
Aerwyna (English) A friend of
the ocean
Afra (Hebrew / Arabic) Young
doe / white; an earth color
Affra, Affrah, Afrah, Afrya,
Afryah, Afria, Affery, Affrie
Afrodille (French) Daffodil;
showy and vivid
Afrodill, Afrodil, Afrodile,
Afrodilla, Afrodila
Afton (English) From the
Afton river
Agave (Greek) In mythology, a
queen of Thebes
Agnes (Greek) One who is
pure; chaste
Agneis, Agnese, Agness, Agnies,
Agnus, Agna, Agne, Agnesa,
Nessa, Oona
Agraciana (Spanish) One who
Agracianna, Agracyanna,
Agracyana, Agraciann,
Agraciane, Agracyann,
Agracyane, Agracianne
Agrona (Celtic) In mythology,
the goddess of war and death
Agronna, Agronia, Agrone
Ahelia (Hebrew) Breath; a
source of life
Ahelie, Ahelya, Aheli, Ahelee,
Aheleigh, Ahelea, Aheleah,
Ahellona (Greek) Woman who
has masculine qualities
Ahelona, Ahellonna, Ahelonna
Ahinoam (Hebrew) In the
Bible, one of David’s wives
Ahuva (Hebrew) One who is
dearly loved
Ahuvah, Ahuda, Ahudah
Aida (English / French /
Arabic) One who is wealthy;
prosperous / one who is helpful
/ a returning visitor
Ayda, Aydah, Aidah, Aidee,
Aidia, Aieeda, Aaida
Aidan (Gaelic) One who is
fiery; little fire
Aiden, Adeen, Aden, Aideen,
Adan, Aithne, Aithnea, Ajthne
Aiko (Japanese) Little one who
is dearly loved
Ailbhe (Irish) Of noble character;
one who is bright
Aileen (Irish / Scottish) Light
bearer / from the green
Ailean, Ailein, Ailene, Ailin,
Aillen, Ailyn, Alean, Aleane
Ailis (Irish) One who is noble
and kind
Ailish, Ailyse, Ailesh, Ailisa,
Ailna (German) One who is
sweet and pleasant; of the
Ain (Irish / Arabic) In mythology,
a woman who wrote laws
to protect the rights of women
/ precious eye
Aine (Celtic) One who brings
brightness and joy
Aingeal (Irish) Heaven’s messenger;
Ainsley (Scottish) One’s own
Ainslie, Ainslee, Ainsly, Ainslei,
Aynslie, Aynslee, Aynslie,
Aionia (Greek) Everlasting life
Aioniah, Aionea, Aioneah,
Ayonia, Ayoniah, Ayonea,
Airic (Celtic) One who is pleasant
and agreeable
Airick, Airik, Aeric, Aerick, Aerik
Aisha (Arabic, African) lively;
Aiesha, Ayisha, Myisha
Aisling (Irish) A dream or
vision; an inspiration
Aislin, Ayslin, Ayslinn, Ayslyn,
Ayslynn, Aislyn, Aisylnn,
Aislinn, Isleen
Aitheria (Greek) Of the wind
Aitheriah, Aitherea, Aithereah,
Aytheria, Aytheriah, Aytherea,
Ajaya (Hindi) One who is
invincible; having the power
of a god
Aka (Maori / Turkish)
Affectionate one / in mythology,
a mother goddess
Akah, Akka, Akkah
Akili (Tanzanian) Having great
Akilea, Akilee, Akilie, Akylee,
Akylie, Akyli, Akileah
Akilina (Latin) Resembling an
Akilinah, Akileena, Akilyna,
Akilinna, Ackilina, Acilina,
Akylina, Akylyna
Akira (Scottish) One who acts
as an anchor
Akera, Akerra, Akiera, Akirah,
Akiria, Akyra, Akirrah, Akeri,
Akeira, Akeara
Aksana (Russian) Form of
Oksana, meaning “hospitality”
Aksanna, Aksanah, Aksannah
Alaia (Arabic / Basque) One
who is majestic, of high
worth joy
Alaya, Alayah, Alaiah
Alaina (French) Beautiful and
fair woman; dear child.
Alayna, Alaine, Alayne,
Alainah, Alana, Alanah,
Alanna, Alannah, Alanis,
Alyn, Alani, Alanni, Alaney;
Alanney; Alanie
Alair (French) One who has a
cheerful disposition
Alaire, Allaire, Allair, Aulaire,
Alayr, Alayre, Alaer
Alanza (Spanish) Feminine
form of Alonzo; noble and
ready for battle
Alarice (German) Feminine
form of Alaric; ruler of all
Alarise, Allaryce, Alarica,
Alarisa, Alaricia, Alrica
Alcina (Greek) One who is
strong-willed and opinionated
Alceena, Alcyna, Alsina,
Alsyna, Alzina, Alcine, Alcinia,
Alda (German / Spanish)
Long-lived, old / wise; an
Aldah, Aldine, Aldina, Aldinah,
Aldene, Aldona
Aldis (English) From the
ancient house
Aldys, Aldiss, Aldisse, Aldyss,
Aldonsa (Spanish) One who is
kind and gracious
Aldonza, Aldonsia, Aldonzia
Aleah (Arabic) Exalted
Alea, Alia, Aliah, Aliana,
Aleen (Celtic) Form of Helen,
meaning “the shining light”
Aleena, Aleenia, Alene, Alyne,
Alena, Alenka, Alynah, Aleine
Alegria (Spanish) One who is
cheerful and brings happiness
to others
Alegra, Aleggra, Allegra,
Alleffra, Allecra
Alera (Latin) Resembling an
Alerra, Aleria, Alerya, Alerah,
Alethea (Greek) One who is
Altheia, Lathea, Lathey,
Alexa (Greek) Form of
Alexandra, meaning “helper
and defender of mankind”
Aleka, Alexia
TAlexandra (Greek) Feminine
form of Alexander; a helper
and defender of mankind
Alexandria, Alexandrea,

Baby name 2011

Aadi (Hindi) Child of the
Aadie, Aady, Aadey, Aadee,
Aadea, Aadeah, Aadye
Aaliyah (Arabic) An ascender,
one having the highest social
Aaleyah, Aaliya, Aliyah,
Aliyah, Alliyah, Alieya, Aliyiah,
Alliyia, Aleeya, Alee, Aleiya,
Alia, Aleah, Alea, Aliya
Aaralyn (American) Woman
with song
Aaralynn, Aaralin, Aaralinn,
Aaralinne, Aralyn, Aralynn
Aba (African) Born on a
Abah, Abba, Abbah
Abarrane (Hebrew) Feminine
form of Abraham; mother
of a multitude; mother of
Abarrayne, Abarraine, Abarane,
Abarayne, Abaraine, Abame,
Abena (African) Born on a
Abenah, Abeena, Abyna, Abina,
Abeenah, Abynah, Abinah

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