I received T.O.T.S. Bringing This Baby Home on Disney DVD for this review/feature. Opinions expressed are my own.
Join best friends Pip and Freddy, delivery birds for the Tiny Ones Transport Service (T.O.T.S.) Bringing This Baby Home on Disney DVD. Plus, with 6 music videos and so many baby animals that are too cute to count, these hilarious adventures really deliver!
Join best friends Pip and Freddy, delivery birds for the Tiny Ones Transport Service (T.O.T.S.), as they take cute and cuddly baby animals to their forever families, including a big batch of bouncing baby bunnies, a baby panda who’s almost TOO adorable, a trip to the ocean with one whale of a baby, and much more!
Cast: Vanessa Williams as Captain Beakman, Megan Hiltyas K.C. the koala, Jet Jurgensmeyer as Pip the penguin, and Christian J. Simon as Freddy the flamingo.
Creator/Co-Executive Producer: Travis Braun (“Vampirina”)
Executive Producer: Victor Cook (“Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”)
Co-Executive Producer/Supervising Director: Chris Gilligan (“Goldie & Bear”)
- You’ve Gotta Be Kitten Me/Whale, Hello There
- Panda Excess/A Stinky Situation
- Cheetah Chase/Training Daze
- Nursery Schooling/Bunny Bunanza
- The Purrfect Little Helper/The Colorful Chameleon
- Stripe Out/A Splashy Delivery
- Night Flight/Slippery When Wet
Running Time: Approx. 159 Minutes
If you have preschool aged children at home then you should definitely check out Tiny Ones Transport Service (T.O.T.S.) Bringing This Baby Home on Disney DVD! The show is age appropriate for those 2-6 and you get to watch as ridiculously cute little baby animals are delivered to their families. Baby Sis is 2 years old and just recently started watching this show and it grabs her attention every time as it is at a slow pace while offering up family-friendly content. Lil Sis is 7 and will often sit and watch the show with us as she too enjoys it. This DVD has some really good episodes on it and each episode is 22 minutes long which is perfect for little ones.