So I'm flipping through the new Parenting magazine, reading all about Mom's and their interaction with their children (why isn't this rag called "Raising Kids Without Dads!") and there is a huge Ad for Muzzy, a two page spread! Yikes, that is probably a fairly expensive advert. Anyway, it reminded me of our own interaction with the big green space oddity...and what a perfect time to replay an OWTK classic (tongue planted firmly in cheek).
My review of French MUZZY
But first, a funny Muzzy television ad from what has to be the early eighties.
I now realize that I never followed up with the real life application of Muzzy. Well, I probably did during my blogging from France, but never succinctly. The Muzzy lessons clearly helped the Bear be a charming little American girl in Paris and Provence. She was able to order her own croissants and say hi and goodnight to shopkeepers and friendly Parisians and generally "get by" - just like her parents. The DVDs actually helped the Mrs. and I just as much. It was well worth the money and the little bit of time spent in front of the workbook and DVDs.