Originally launched as a photo blog showcasing “all the Greta-ness we had to share with the world,” Planet Greta has become, in its fifth year in orbit, something entirely new: a super cool, totally geeky video blog!
So if you’re looking for fun, goofy clips celebrating Magical Unicorn Rainbow cakes, Lucky Charms cereal eating contests and collectible toy “unboxings” galore, the new-and-improved Planet Greta is the place for you. Welcome aboard!
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Fantastic! It’s the next best thing to being there……well not quite, but thank you for creating this special place to view all the latest digital media of beautiful baby Greta and her family.
How big can a blog get over the years?
I don’t think there is a limit, spacewise, so I’m hoping Greta takes the blog over for herself when she gets old enough to type. No pressure, Greta… 🙂
I love waking up everyday, turning on my computer and seeing what is new in Greta’s life. It starts my day with a smile and a happy heart. Just watching her grow in the past 4 months is like a miracle. I’m sure there has never been a sweeter baby!!!!
And, what an intelligent baby to already have favorite sites 😉
Hey kids great way to share the latest happenings of our super grand daughter GRETA!
I love how she smiles and the video with her “sweeping” is so precious when she makes baby sounds.
Hi! I found a wonderful picture of your daughter Greta eating crayons through a google search for “eating crayons”. I am making a poster to advertise an Arts Night at my medical school with the tagline “more fun than eating crayons” and I was wondering if it would be ok for me to use her picture for this purpose.
Please let me know if that would be alright with you. I would be happy to send you the poster prototype, but the circulation will be very small— mainly just hung up around my school and probably framed for the dean.
First off, thanks for checking out our blog! And secondly, how hilarious that Greta’s pic comes up when you Google “eating crayons”. Good to know! Ha! Anyway, by all means, please feel free to use her pic on your poster. I would love to see the prototype when it’s finished too! It sounds awesome!
Yeti9000 (aka Greta’s Dad)