Talk to Your Baby When You Are Pregnant

By Dorinne Davis   Parents can often read and react to their child’s emotional states.  Parents often understand a baby’s cry or laugh as illness, fear, hunger, or more. A study reported on ABC news in 2005[1], shared that Allan Schore, a leading neuroscientist at the University of California, Los Angeles’ Center for Culture, Brain, and Development pointed out that the connection between parent and child during the first year of life affects a child’s psychological state and plays a […] Read more »

Early Learning for Your Baby Begins at the Fetal Development Phase

During pregnancy, your body begins to change in preparation for bringing a new life into the world. Part of the preparation is laying the brain building blocks for your bundle of joy while the child undergoes fetal development. An article on BrillKids.com expounds on the importance of early brain stimulation to the development of a child: Related posts: Early Child Development Stages: Advantage of Prenatal Aural Stimuli Baby Brain Development – “Early Experiences Matter” The more we know about fetal […] Read more »

Three Important Things to Consider when Playing Music for Baby in Womb

Since mothers want their babies to grow up healthy and smart, they obtain comprehensive prenatal care services for a trouble-free pregnancy. Some also play music for baby in the womb with the hope of promoting their child’s mental development. The Washington Post writer Meeri Kim reports on a research’s findings that babies in utero do recognize the music played by their expectant moms. Related posts: Choose Prenatal Music Wisely: Babies Recognize Them from the Womb Music for Baby in the […] Read more »

Music for Baby in the Womb: Soothing Your Mind and Guiding His Growth

People generally have an ingrained ability to appreciate soothing sounds and good music, a characteristic that usually manifests from early childhood. This isn’t instinct, though; it’s more of an advanced cognitive function that sets humans apart from animals, or from their less-evolved ancestors. For this reason, many people believe that music for a baby in the womb can actually help facilitate learning and foster development. Related posts: Correct Prenatal Care: Does Music for Baby in the Womb Make Sense? Language […] Read more »

Prenatal Music for Your Baby: Taking Full Advantage of its Benefits

You’ve probably also heard about the benefits of allowing your child to listen to prenatal music. You might have even made a mental note of a few places where you can buy a couple of classical music CDs to try out. Related posts: Early Child Development Stages: Advantage of Prenatal Aural Stimuli Choose Prenatal Music Wisely: Babies Recognize Them from the Womb Correct Prenatal Care: Does Music for Baby in the Womb Make Sense? Read more »

Early Child Development Stages: Advantage of Prenatal Aural Stimuli

Exposing your baby to certain sounds while still in the womb could lead to wonderful things after the baby’s birth. Patricia Hughes explains, for More4Kids: Related posts: Revolutionary Child Development Stages Brand Ties Up with Magazine Stages of Development and BabyPlus Shannon Miller knows that BabyPlus is for baby development in stages Read more »

Language and Music for Baby in the Womb as Part of Pregnancy Care

Pregnancy and childbirth are life-changing experiences that require proper attention and care from both expectant mother and father. The roughly 40-week journey can prove physically and emotionally taxing for both parents-to-be. Before such changes cause more harm than good to the baby, proper prenatal education is needed. Related posts: Correct Prenatal Care: Does Music for Baby in the Womb Make Sense? Choose Prenatal Music Wisely: Babies Recognize Them from the Womb BabyPlus – Learning Before Birth Read more »

Correct Prenatal Care: Does Music for Baby in the Womb Make Sense?

The prenatal period is among the most important stages in the human lifecycle. This is where a person’s behavior, physical characteristics, and health conditions are profoundly defined. Expectant mothers are advised to get prenatal education to be able to meet the ideal requirement for having a mentally, emotionally, and physically healthy baby. One popular notion is using music for baby in the womb. Related posts: Language and Music for Baby in the Womb as Part of Pregnancy Care Choose Prenatal […] Read more »

Choose Prenatal Music Wisely: Babies Recognize Them from the Womb

In August 2013, researchers at the University of Helsinki, Finland released the results of a study, reinforcing the belief that babies can hear while in their mothers’ womb. NBC News correspondent Meghan Holohan writes about the research conducted on 33 expecting mothers, half of whom listened to a recording of made up words, while the other half did not. Related posts: Correct Prenatal Care: Does Music for Baby in the Womb Make Sense? Language and Music for Baby in the […] Read more »