Sponsored by Little Tikes, the Afternoon Raised Money and Awareness for
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Hundreds of families joined hosts Jenny McCarthy and Joely Fisher to celebrate the launch of TotSpot.com (http://www.totspot.com) at The Treehouse Social Club on Sunday, November 9, 2008. Founded by Harvard graduates Michael Broukhim and Adam Katz, TotSpot.com is the world's first social networking site for babies, toddlers, and kids -- and of course, their parents. Dubbed "Facebook for kids," TotSpot.com gives parents the ability to easily create beautiful private profiles for their children. Tori Spelling, Diane Farr, Samantha Harris, Kristy Swanson and Dr. Linda Li joined the celebration with their little ones in tow.
"We created TotSpot.com to give parents an easy way to share their children's photos and special milestones with loved ones beyond email and personal blogs," said TotSpot co-founder Michael Broukhim. "A private online scrapbook, TotSpot profiles contain photos, videos, milestones, favorites, and growth charts that can only be seen by invited family and friends," continued Broukhim.
"Little Tikes is proud to support the launch of TotSpot. Like TotSpot, Little Tikes is committed to engaging children and families with innovative products and is a brand built on parents' trust," said Craig Drobis, director of marketing for Little Tikes.
Generation Rescue (http://www.generationrescue.org), supported by Jenny McCarthy, is an international movement of scientists, physicians and parent-volunteers researching the causes and treatments for autism and mentoring thousands of families in recovering their children from autism. Visit GenerationRescue.TotSpot.com for news and updates.
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