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Baby Madness is Sweeping the Nation! Forty Sets of Twins and Triplets 'Hit the Court' in Discovery Health's BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES
Date:3/17/2008

--Hosted by Comedian Andrew Kennedy, BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES Offers Tips from Celebrity Moms Kate Gosselin and Michelle Duggar, and Hilarious Home

Baby Bloopers--

SILVER SPRING, Md., March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The signs of spring are everywhere ... warm temperatures, blooming flowers, the excitement of college basketball and of course, BABY MADNESS! Discovery Health's second annual television event is double -- and in some cases, triple -- the fun. BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES features more adorable babies, more laughs and more advice from parents, such as Kate Gosselin from "Jon & Kate Plus 8," and mother of 17 children Michelle Duggar. Headlining the all-star cast of BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES are 40 sets of tiny twins and triplets, and hilarious comedian host Andrew Kennedy. The three-hour toddler extravaganza begins Saturday, April 5, at 3 PM ET/PT and repeats until midnight, as a viewing alternative to college basketball's Final Four.

The jam-packed action tips off at Baby Madness Arena -- a mini-basketball court where the babies play, laugh, cry and simply do what babies do. BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES highlights the "competition" among the multiples, in spirited events such as "The Diaper Derby," "The Ravioli-Eating Challenge" and "Finger Painting Palooza." Kennedy, a funnyman and father of three, provides narration and insight into the babies' activities and innermost thoughts throughout the program. Also featured is child development expert Dr. Christina Johns giving commentary, tips and advice.

In addition, celebrity mothers-to-multiples Kate Gosselin and Michelle Duggar offer viewers their tried-and-true tips on raising large families. Parents of the twins and triplets featured on BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES weigh in as well with their firsthand parenting advice.

BABY MADNESS: MULTIPLES also incorporates hilarious bloopers and home footage of the babies. These candid videos, submitted by parents, capture som
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