Dr. T. Berry Brazelton: 'Your music is wonderful - good luck!' Pediatrician, author & TV personality, Boston, MA Sweet Dreams Story: This CD started out as a cassette tape in 1988. It was my first attempt at a solo recording for children. With my good friends and wonderful musicians, Jack and Doug, it was into the recording studio to have fun and laugh our heads off while recording this gentle project. We love making music together. There is a great deal of love in these tracks. I had the opportunity to make the tapes available on television shopping through the Cable Value Network (CVN); I was a host for the network. Though I had been singing professionally, written and performed CVN's theme song, sung dozens of jingles and had generally been around the entertainment business for years - it was a thrill to take my guitar on the air with my little girls, sing a song - and sit there as thousands of people called into the program to order tapes. This music was going to be headed all over the country, and a dream found a journey. I still remember that moment of realization - people all over the country were going to listen to this music and put their children to bed singing these gentle songs. What a privilege and a blessing I had been given. I hope you like the music too. What music lovers across the nation are saying: Dr. Richard Grunow: 'Your music will make a contribution to the music education of children', Alex (5 years old) LOVES the 'Family' song on Rainbow in my Heart. He thinks it is a 'rock song' and that it has a 'rockin beat,' so he plays it over and over! Jill, mother, Maple Grove, MN My daughter sings along and dances to your music. Since we received your music, I listen to it more than my daughter. It cheers me up and brings out the kid in me.' Mrs. Maryann Healy, Buffalo, NY You have a beautiful singing voice! Mrs. Janet Hudgens, Indianpolis, IN I do babysitting in my home and Robin's music, Sweet Dreams, calms my babies down and lulls them to sleep at nap time. Her wonderful, soothing voice is a blessing and a nurturing ingrediant in childcare. Anne Laurent, Excelsior, MN Awards: 1993 -'Performer of the Year' - MN Parent awards Robin 1994 - 'Women of the Year' Gov. Carlson, MN awards Robin one of 10 honors granted 1997 - 'Parents Choice Gold' - for the TV series, Once Upon a Tree, which Robin co-created and co-produced, for Animal Planet Network 2003 - Children's Music Web Awards 2004 - Iparenting Media Best Product Awards.