I’d always se the pictures of the pregnant women with the headphones around their baby bumps, trying desperately to share a bit of the world with their babies before they were born. Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, all of the classical artists and composers. If you’re like me, you’re thinking about Josh Groban, Michael Buble, and moving into some classical bassoon concertos.
Let’s be honest here, ladies, how comfortable is it to stretch a big old pair of headphones over your belly? And alternatively, do you think that the earbud approach makes it any easier? Do you think that the baby can hear very well?
I was given the opportunity to review the Sound Beginnings system and I must say that I am highly impressed! The band is made of a soft, elastic-like material that stretched comfortably over my belly. There are speakers built-in which weren’t obvious to the naked eye, but upon playing the music, you could definitely tell that they were there.
The belt has a built in pocket where the “hardware” is connected. It has an audio-out line that connects into a headphone splitter, allowing you to listen to the music at the same time as our baby. Put the headphone splitter into your MP3 player or CD player and away you go! It was literally just a few minutes from opening the box to listening.
Garrett (my little boy) and I listened for about an hour this morning and I don’t know if he liked it or not, but he certainly did move around. I’ll call it dancing
How to Get Your Own:
You can order your own Sound Beginnings system directly on their website for only $50.00! It comes in black, nude, and white and ranges to fit sizes 2-18.full disclosure policy for full details.
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