~I received BellyTunes for the purpose of reviewing. Opinions and stories are my own.~
I work from home as a blogger and I am constantly listening to music on Spotify throughout my day. Now that I am pregnant it only makes sense to start playing music for my baby girl in the womb! According to a recent study, singing to babies—more than talking—keeps babies calm and can lead to stronger social bonds with parents, improved health, and even greater language fluency. Olababy is happy to announce the launch of its lullaby-inspired Spotify playlist, “Lullabies You’ll Love.”
Around 18 weeks of pregnancy, your little one hears his/her very first sounds, according to HealthLine. By 24 weeks, those little ears are rapidly developing, and around weeks 25 and 26, babies in the womb have been shown to respond to voices and noise. This Spotify playlist is a huge collection of some really great stuff! You won’t grow tired of these lullabies although it may help put you to sleep.
To take full advantage of the lullabies try using the BellyTunes Prenatal Earbuds Adapter System. Utilizing existing Apple or Samsung earbuds, this device transforms earbuds into baby bump speakers, allowing moms to play music and voices to baby to be in a safe, non-invasive manner.
They even come with a splitter adapter so that you can listen to the music with baby! They also come with re-usable silicone adhesives that are double-sided disks. They are non-residue and stick directly to your belly. I don’t have a cute belly which is the only reason I am not posting a picture using them. These are super simple to use and they put out a great sound. The bigger my baby gets the more I plan to use them!
For moms who are ready to start introducing music and lullabies to their soon-to-be newborns this Spotify playlist is exactly what you need! Moms can give the gift of music that will both calm baby and provide life-long benefits. After baby is born you can set up the playlist to play in the nursery! Until then my baby will have to enjoy listening to music with the BellyTunes.