Sounds and Safety of BabyPlus

Regarding questions about the SOUNDS of the BabyPlus Prenatal Education system, I want to give the following information… Some experts say that a baby’s hearing develops as early as 14 weeks, others say 16-18 weeks. We feel that by the 18th week of gestation a baby’s hearing is fully functional, and that is why you will begin using the BabyPlus at 18 weeks. During the prenatal months, your child hears many different sounds. What we have learned is that music is wonderful […] Read more »

Pregnancy and The Science of BabyPlus

BabyPlus is distinctly different from all other prenatal education techniques because only this approach has been tested for effectiveness and safety in clinically controlled measurements by independent professional evaluators. Neither music, spoken material, tactile, nor multimodal methodologies meet these standards. The following points outline the BabyPlus advantage: To determine appropriate material for the unborn child’s growing mental structure, the child’s normal environment must be assessed. The analysis reveals that the maternal heartbeat is the predominate influence-the mother’s blood continuously pulses […] Read more »

Baby Leo

Hello BabyPlus bloggers! I recently came back from a visit to the U.K. where I saw the first BabyPlus baby within our extended family. My wife, who is from the U.K., has a sister who gave birth four months ago to LEO. Leo’s ‘Mum’ (as they are called in England) used BabyPlus from week 18 right up to birth for an hour twice per day. It was great to see the results of baby Leo first hand. He is very alert, calm, […] Read more »

Another Great Story

We have a mom who purchased her BabyPlus 9 years ago, and her son is now 8 1/2 years old. Here is what she shared in her email: “He’s been everything the box promised and more. He has been easy going, always had had great attention span, focused and we couldn’t have asked for a better child. He now goes to one of the top schools and when it was time to get tested to get into the private school, […] Read more »

BabyPlus Families

One of the best parts about working at the BabyPlus Company is the phone calls and letters we receive daily from happy parents. I have found that baby development is so important to newly pregnant parents.  There is a lot of information available today regarding fetal development, prenatal development, prenatal education, baby development…the list goes on and on. Many of “our” mother’s (and father’s!) express their happiness and gratitude regarding the BabyPlus Prenatal Education System.  The truth is – we are […] Read more »

10 BabyPlus babies in 1 family!

Several months ago I took a call from one of our customers. She had used BabyPlus Prenatal Education System with her first two children. She was pregnant again and was getting ready to start the BabyPlus curriculum with her third! We began to talk and she told me that between her sisters and sisters-in-law there were 10 BabyPlus babies in their family.We thought her story was so interesting we made a video! See her story at www.babyplus.com Click on “A Mom’s […] Read more »

Purchasing the BabyPlus Prenatal Education System

BabyPlus products are available at www.babyplus.com.  You can also hear the sounds of BabyPlus by clicking the link to listen to the prenatal education curriculum. International Purchase Information The BabyPlus® Prenatal Education System has been purchased by expectant parents in over 50 countries. Please visit our website for a complete list. BabyPlus is also available at these locations: Related posts: Twins Benefit from BabyPlus Prenatal Education System Prenatal Education vs. Music Prenatal Education and Bonding Read more »

BabyPlus in Indy’s Child

BabyPlus Prenatal Education System is included in the Rave Reviews section of this month’s Indy’s Child. Check out what mothers in Indianapolis are reading about our curriculum!   Related posts: What are the critical periods in child development? Child Development Assessment Tools The Essential Pregnancy Organizer Read more »

Prenatal Education and Bonding

Mothers Love

Bonding is the relationship that forms between a mother and her child that establishes the basis for an ongoing mutual attachment.  Bonding implies that there has been interaction between them, each contributing to the relationship at some level. The encouragement and practice of prenatal learning provides the mother with an opportunity each day to focus on her prenatal child.  She can offer her prenatal baby auditory stimulation that she knows will help the baby’s cognitive development.  It is a loving, […] Read more »

Prenatal Education vs. Music

Every prenatal child experiences the sonic environment of his or her mother: outside voices, traffic, television, radio, and CDs. The sounds generated by this outside stimuli pass through the abdominal wall, which lowers the volume by about 35 decibels and muffles the sounds.  For the baby, it is much like listening to sounds underwater.  Even though the baby is exposed to these sounds, they pass by him as white noise because they are too complex and the baby has no frame of […] Read more »

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