Doc Mcstuffins: Cuddle Me Lambie, is available on DVD starting February 3rd, 2015.
No one gives better cuddles than Doc’s fuzzy best friend, Lambie! She is a princess and a ballerina. And she is always there for her friends who need an extra helping of tender loving care. Just say the three magical words: “Cuddle Me Lambie!”
This compilation includes five episodes from Seasons 1-3 that are cuddly and cute stories about Lambie. Learn about the power of true friendship and best practices to help one another stay well in these episodes. Laugh, play, and sing with Doc and the whole gang as they discover ways to stay happy and healthy. Each episode is bursting with catchy tunes that you will find hard not to sing along to.
Episodes included on this DVD:
- My Huggy Valentine / Dusty Bear
- Awesome Guy’s Awesome Arm / Lamb in a Jam
- Kirby and the King / Bubble Monkey Blow Your Nose!
- A Day Without Cuddles! / Collide-o-Scope
- Mirror, Mirror On My Penguin / Hide and Eek!
My Huggy Valentine / Dusty Bear – Season 1, Episode 25 – 25 minutes
Lambie discovers how to make new friends and overcome her feeling of jealousy. Doc also finds a cure for the dusty musties and help reunite her brother with a long lost friend!
Awesome Guy’s Awesome Arm / Lamb in a Jam – Season 2, Episode 2 – 25 minutes
Awesome Guy saves the day but hurts himself in the process. He learns that sometimes the best thing he can do for himself is just rest to heal. Lambie discovers the feeling of disappointment but learns to overcome it. See how she gets out of this super-sticky situation.
Kirby and the King / Bubble Monkey Blow Your Nose! – Season 2, Episode 9 – 25 minutes
Sir Kirby and the King may not get along, but they discover they are able to work together to solve a problem. Bubble Monkey and Donny (Doc’s brother) learn that sometimes the best thing to do when you’re sick is to rest and do what you can to prevent infecting others.
A Day Without Cuddles! / Collide-o-Scope – Season 3, Episode 6 – 25 minutes
Oh no, it’s National Cuddles Day and Lambie is sick. She doesn’t want to spread her illness so she does not cuddle the other toys. That’s a good lesson for both kids and adults. Doc also teaches us to tell an adult when we bump our heads, whether we feel find or not.
Mirror, Mirror On My Penguin / Hide and Eek! – Season 2, Episode 25 – 25 minutes
The lesson in this episode is the importance good and clean hygiene. So wash, wash, and scrub, scrub! My daughter really liked this episode and was laughing so much because Stuffy tries to solve a problem by dressing up and acting like a baby. Sometimes how a person (or toy) appear on the outside is much different from who they are on the inside. See how Lambie and Chilly learn that good friends come in all sizes and shapes and not to judge someone just by their appearance.
DVD Bonus — Two Lambie Hairclips
As an added bonus, you also receive two Lambie hair clips inside the DVD! They are absolutely adorable. The two alligator hair clips face the opposite sides, so you will have one for the left and right side of your child’s head. My daughter was so excited when she saw these and insisted I put them on her hair right away. These hair clips have a value of at least $5.
My First Impressions
My three-year-old daughter and I are big fans of Doc McStuffins, and this compilation of episodes starring Lambie is just cute and adorable.
Each episode is broken into two short stories with a small lesson to teach in each of them. One of our favorite toys, Lambie, goes through some ups and downs but learns how to deal with her emotions and overcome any obstacles in her path.
One thing I really love about Doc McStuffins is how they portray a doctor’s occupation as helping people, and how things are explained in vocabulary a young child would understand. I took my daughter to the pediatrician recently and she was quite nervous. She panicked a little so I talked to her about different Doc McStuffins scenarios to help calm her down. And it worked. She understood that the nurse and doctor are just trying to help, just like Lambie and Hallie.
I would recommend this DVD to kids 2-5 years old. My daughter is three year old now and loves the music, stories, bright colors, and the lack of villains on the show. The moment she heard the show’s tunes in the episodes, she would burst into song. The songs are pretty catchy, so do not be surprised if you find yourself singing along to. It is time for your check-up, time for your check-up!