San Antonio Living - July 20, 2006
Baby Abuelita Dolls Sing Nursery Rhymes In Spanish
by Monica Nino MonicaNino@woai.com
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The Abuelita products were made to preserve Hispanic Heritage. The Abuelita Rosa and Abuelito Pancho are cute, lullaby singing dolls that sing "canciones de cuna," traditional nursery rhymes in spanish about early childhood.
The Baby Abuelitos sings many songs that invite young children to listen to songs that are apart of Hispanic musical heritage.
There's also a little girl in the Baby Abuelita family- her name is Baby Andrea and she also sings a few songs- all in spanish!
All of the dolls are soft and cuddly and each sings a variety of different songs. The Abuelita products also features a book for children that include many songs where children can sing along.
To purchase any of the dolls or the book you can visit the following Wal-Mart locations:
San Antonio #2864
6703 East Leslie Road, San Antonio, TX 78254, (210) 688-3626
San Antonio #5146
8030 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX 78250, (210) 520-6517
San Antonio #1313
1200 S.E. Military Drive, San Antonio (S), TX 78245, (210) 921-0800
San Antonio #2239
8923 W. Military Drive, San Antonio (SW), TX 78245, (210) 675-5092
You can also purchase them online at: www.babyabuelita.com
You can find the lyrics to the 'canciones de cuna' on the website along with information about the founders. The Baby Abuelitos were created by 3 working moms who wanted to hold on to their culture and pass it down to their children!