CORRECTS 650 TO 6000 FOLLOWERS - This Feb. 14, 2011 product image provided by LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc., shows the LeapPad Explorer. Emily Vanek is not buying up a bunch of LeapPad Explorers herself,... more 
CORRECTS 650 TO 6000 FOLLOWERS - This Feb. 14, 2011 product image provided by LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc., shows the LeapPad Explorer. Emily Vanek is not buying up a bunch of LeapPad Explorers herself, but she may be at least partly to blame for some stores selling out of the $99 children's tablet this holiday season. “The LeapPad is incredible,” the Denver mother of three boys wrote to the 6000 followers of her ColoradoMoms.com blog. “Not only do kids get to have a toy resembling their parents' tablet, it's durable and my favorite part?! It's not just mindless games they are playing.” (AP Photo/LeapFrog Enterprises Inc.) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By LeapFrog Enterprises Inc.
Tue, Dec 20, 2011 11:08 AM EST