Sound Beginnings is a prenatal sound delivery device that I learned about while at the A Child Grows Brooklyn Baby Expo.
Although I am not pregnant, that’s right, are you paying attention?, I am NOT pregnant. I asked a fellow friend for advice and review of this tech savvy product. When I was pregnant, I always read about how important it was for the growing baby to hear your voice and listen to peaceful music.
If I had know about this when I was pregnant, I would definitely have tried it out. My babies had to listen to me singing in the car with the radio. This is a much more tech savvy way to bring music to you and your baby.
Here is the scoop that I am sharing from a fellow preggo friend:
- Use a MP3 player that is fully charged. (Directions come with a word of caution to not use a cell phone as there has not been enough research on long term effects on a baby and cell phone signals.
- The band is comfortable and that you can wear it for a long time. They do recommend that you only use for about 2 hours per day.
- In addition to music, you can log onto www.Creative-baby.com and use the sound delivery service to record a message for baby. Step by step directions make it easy to follow.
- Positve features were the ability to record your voice and the voices of relatives who might not be near by.
My friend like the bonding experience the most. Sharing music that you love using Sound Beginnings with the baby in the third trimester is a great way to get ready for the new arrival.