Tag Archives: pregnant

Sept. 17 Must-Have: Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt

Lullabelly is yet another thing I wish I had when I was pregnant 10 and 4 years ago. I literally put a portable speaker on my belly when I was pregnant with Sebastian 10 years ago. Unfortunately, that was about the last time I listened to music (not kids music) and read a book in the same day! As moms know, that just doesn’t happen after the baby arrives.
Lullabelly prenatal music belt

With Lullabelly, you simply plug in your iPod® or iPhone™ and play music to your baby in the womb.
Now your baby can enjoy the many benefits of music — with Lullabelly, the prenatal music belt. Listening to music in the womb encourages learning, language development and memory skills. And playing the same music after birth can help your baby sleep better!

The Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt is designed for an expectant mother to safely and comfortably play music (lullabies, audio books, or any prerecorded sounds) to her baby in the womb.

Simply plug Lullabelly into an iPod, iPhone, CD or MP3 player. There is a also a dual earphone adapter and earphones…so mom can listen too!

Forget about stretching a headset across your belly. It’s clumsy and nearly impossible to listen along to the same music while playing it for a baby.

It’s perfect for any expectant mother, and makes the perfect baby shower gift.

How much is it? $55
Where can I buy it? Lullabelly.com

Alicia Hagan

Bond with Your Baby Before Birth: How to Communicate with Your Unborn Child
Book review + Giveaway

Bond with Your Baby Before Birth by Kim O'NeillMy way of bonding with Sebastian when I was pregnant with him was to play Enya right next to my big, huge, gigantic pregnant tummy. I’m not sure how much that facilitated our bond but now, 9 years later, we have an incredible bond even though I wondered if it would fade away after his baby and toddler years.

Kim O’Neill, author of Bond with Your Baby Before Birth: How to Communicate with Your Unborn Child, helps pregnant moms tap into the deep intuitive powers of pregnancy and meet their unborn child before birth. If you are pregnant and are wondering what your baby will look like, what her personality will be like, or want in life, this book is for you.

This book introduces you to the phenomenon of communicating with your baby before birth and will help you receive messages from your unborn child, discover your child’s life purpose and destiny, and interpret pregnancy dreams.. I would have loved that!

For more information about Bond with Your Baby Before Birth: How to Communicate with Your Unborn Child visit Amazon.com here or Kim O’Neill’s website here.

We have 2 copies of Bond with Your Baby Before Birth to giveaway! Enter the contest here. Ends July 10th.