Word - Dawgs For Tots

Training littles ones to be a good Bulldog

"I'm pregnant." "I'm getting a tattoo." "His name is Snake, and we're in love."

Those are all words most parents dread. But if you went to the University of Georgia, there is one phrase above all others you don't want to hear from your teenager: "I'm enrolling at Florida."

Up until now, there was only so much parents could do to instill in their children a love of all things UGA. You could take them to games, make them listen to Larry Munson, teach them the Bulldog fight song. But in the end, you just had to trust that you had raised them right.

Now Bulldog parents have a secret weapon. A company called Team Baby Entertainment has released a DVD called Baby Bulldog, which "allows parents, grandparents, alumni and friends to share their love, loyalty and passion for their university with their children."

The DVD is targeted toward babies and toddlers and uses Sesame Street tactics to "teach" kids just how great it is to be a Bulldog. The video features young children dressed up in UGA costumes, and footage of the university's sports teams, mascot and marching band "to expose children to the university in an exciting and playful manner." Translation: If you're desperate for your kid to follow in your footsteps and you're not above brainwashing, this DVD is for you.

Didn't attend UGA? Don't worry, Team Baby Entertainment makes DVDs for parents from a variety of large universities, including LSU, Auburn, Florida State and — sorry, UGA fans — Florida.