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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

4 Babies Worlds Apart...



What better way to spend Mother's Day 2010 than with a movie about BABIES!
On Mother's Day, May 7th 2010 an amazing movie is going to hit theaters.
It is a movie about 4 babies from around the world who are simutaneously being followed and filmed from before birth and on. 4 countries, Mongolia, Namibia to San Francisco and Tokyo, you will see even though we are worlds apart we are very similar creatures.



Bayar from Bayanchandmani, Mongolia 


Bayarjargal, who lives in Mongolia with his family, is one of four babies followed from birth to first steps in Thomas Balmes' BABIES

 

Ponijao from Opuwo, Namibia


Ponijao, who lives in Namibia with her family, is one of four babies followed from birth to first steps in Thomas Balmes' BABIES









Mari from Tokyo, Japan

Mari, who lives in Japan with her family, is one of four babies followed from birth to first steps in Thomas Balmes' BABIES










Hattie from San Francisco, California

Hattie, who lives in the United States with her family, is one of four babies followed from birth to first steps in Thomas Balmes' BABIES

 
 
 
 
 
 
Here is a trailer from the movie that I found very cute, funny and yet very familiar. Let me know if you plan to see it when it comes out on Mother's Day. Chucky and I watched the trailer together and we were both chuckling. He asked me when it was over, "Did I do that when I was a baby?" I told him yes and he said, "All babies do stuff like that huh mom!" I had to agree with him again. So wether you are in for some cuteness or trying to teach your children that we aren't different from the rest of the world, take them to see Babies!


*I am a Buzzagent and was asked to participate in the BABIES Ambassador program, I was not compensated in any way for this post*
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1 comments:

celenajustine March 27, 2010 at 9:33 AM  

I am really looking forward to this movie- how nice to know that it's coming out on Mother's Day! My twin sister and I both had babies a little over a year ago (they're 2 months apart) and if we can manage the babysitting I am totally going to invite her out to see this with me. Yay!