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June 24, 2010

Benjamin the Snake Eater

Benjamin enjoys some personal time in the crib, chewing on an inch worm toy.

The Lamaze Musical Inchworm is a plush toy that’s perfect for playing and napping. Developed in conjunction with child development experts from Yale University, the Inchworm promotes mom and baby interaction, encourages tummy time fun, and supports healthy physical and sensory development.

In a strange twist of events, Benjamin later suffers the same fate as the inchworm.

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2 comments

  • At 7:11 pm on June 25, 2010, Adonis commented:

    Don’t you think you’re getting a little carried away with your titles?

    Intriguing, yes, but a little anti-climatic. No-one died on the rocks. No serpents were digested.

    :b

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  • At 7:36 pm on June 25, 2010, Adonis commented:

    Per video:

    Snake/Worm doesn’t seem very musical (read reviews so save the explanation). How are you capturing the action? Have you rigged a helmet cam? O.o

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