A baby’s hearing develops in the third trimester of pregnancy, and by week 24 they react to the sound of familiar voices. Since amniotic fluid is a good conductor of sound, it stands to reason that babies can hear other things as well – loud sounds like a dog barking or a siren wailing, soft sounds like water running or a soothing voice, and best of all, music.
With BellyBuds, you can introduce your child to the world of music before it’s even born. BellyBuds speakers gently adhere to the abdomen, and play a selection of music specifically chosen for your baby. Who knows, maybe your favorite tunes will also become your child’s.
Can listening to music make your child smarter? Maybe, maybe not, but one thing’s for sure, hearing gentle music and a variety of other sounds will help baby prepare for the environment they’ll enter at birth. And get this; some mothers believe that babies who listen to active music during the day and calming, soothing lullabies at bedtime, have an easier time adjusting to a regular sleep schedule once they’re born. Scientific fact? Not at all, but it’s certainly worth a try.
Give your baby an early start on life with BellyBuds sounds system. Moms love it, and so will you.