First-Time Parents

First-Time Parents You will be making many new decisions if this is your first pregnancy.  One of the most important decisions affecting both you and your baby is whether or not to breastfeed your baby.  This is a very personal decision and is influenced by many factors.  If you do decide to nurse your baby, you will want to consider using the BabyPlus Prenatal curriculum.  One of the main benefits reported by parents of children who have used BabyPlus is […] Read more »

Part of a great team!

So many companies today claim to be “family centered” but once you are hired, it’s not always so.  I have been with the BabyPlus Company for almost two months now and I can say without a doubt that this is one company that is truly family oriented.  I’ve been welcomed with open arms from day one and have been made to feel like part of a team.  In this short time, I have learned so much and can honestly say […] Read more »

Row, row, row your boat

Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream……  How many times did you sing that as a child?  Over and over!  What about singing it in a round?  You eventually learned to distinguish the verses and could listen to them together or make them out separately.   That idea is very similar to the theory behind BabyPlus.  The two sounds, mother’s heartbeat sounds and BabyPlus, are simultaneous but the prenatal child eventually can discern that there are two different sounds.  Learning to […] Read more »

Who knows where BabyPlus will go!

When I was pregnant with my first son, I was fortunate enough to have my mom come with me to one of my doctor visits.  She was absolutely amazed with the ultrasound and being able to see her grandson before he was born.  That just was not done when she was pregnant with my sister, my brother and me!  Today, it is quite routine.  Prenatal care and a prenatal care curriculum are common nowadays.  In fact, now there are 3-D ultrasounds along with so […] Read more »

Moving Forward to Familiarity

Think of something that at first seemed like such a “far off” idea but is now such a common part of everyday life that you don’t give it a second thought.  For instance, think about computers.  Twenty years ago, very few people used a computer much less owned one in their home.  Now they are such a common part of life.  It’s difficult to think about going even a day without using one!  That’s the path that prenatal learning is […] Read more »