There’s lots of good stuff on the horizon that our fellow Gabba fans will appreciate. Not only has DJ Lance and the crew taken over our tvs, toy box and tunes, but now, they’re helping the kids get cozy for bedtime.
A range of reasonably-priced, super cool YGG bedding in now available at Walmart. The Yo Gabba Gabba bedding that’s sure to be a hit with tune-loving tots includes a 4-piece toddler bedding set, a variety of blankets and some cool Pillow Pals.
We received a cool toddler blanket, just in time for a recent bug and bout with a double ear infection and then newborn congestion and cold. (ugh!) Needless to say, this cuddly blanket has been a comforting sidekick over the past few days. My 4yo has been clutching it day and night, and I don’t blame him. It’s so soft, warm and because of its smaller size, it’s totally portable. Even though it’s toddler-sized, it still does the trick for my tall guy.
Super Spies on DVD
And speaking of Yo Gabba Gabba goodness, there’s a new dvd that also recently hit the shelves. The hilarious Jason Bateman guest stars as a spy in the new four episode of Yo Gabba Gabba!, “Super Spies,” which debuted on DVD on April 17. Yo Gabba Gabba Super Spies is full of adventure and the usual Gabba fun, but with a quirky musical spy recovery mission mixed in. It’s been the perfect complement for our quarantined sick days as of late.
More YGG Goodness
And for even more Gabba-related coolness, in case you missed it, co-creator Scott Schultz was the keynote speaker at Kindiefest last weekend. The musical mecca of the coolest kid music, Kindiefest celebrates the best of the best in the kid indie musical scene. There was tons of great coverage, but I particularly loved my friend, Amy at Media Macaroni’s take on things. I’m so sad I missed Kindiefest yet again, but Amy’s recap of Schultz’s Keynote underscored my love for YGG AND made me feel like I was really there.
And just a little more Gabba goodness, I recently had the unique opportunity to interview the other co-creator of YGG, Christian Jacobs. I love interviewing fascinating people involved in the baby and kid space, but when I get to connect to inspiring creatives like Jacobs, that’s when I truly geek out. We chatted about the awesomeness that is The Aquabats, the show that’s been squatting on our DVR and reinventing our Saturday mornings. If you’re a Gabba fan or a fan of punk, or just a fan of quirky shows, tune to The Aquabats on The Hub at 11am on Saturday mornings. It’s wacky and weird, but oh so funny. I’ll post that interview soon!