Bonding with Your Baby in Utero

On July 30, 2010, in Blog, Research, by Bellybuds

Bonding with baby in utero
Listen to some tunes … but don’t pump up the volume. You don’t need to play sounds loudly for your baby to hear them (and powerful noises may startle him), but it is good to play a variety of songs. Musical diversity “is essential and can be useful for baby’s future writing, reading and language skills,” says Philip A. De Fina, PhD, associate professor at the New York University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience…

 

Memories in the Womb

On July 27, 2010, in Blog, by Bellybuds

Played classical music for your unborn lately? Sure, our relatives might have scoffed, but a new study shows that after 30 weeks, the fetus may actually have memories of the rockin’ out time y’all shared.

 

How to Involve the Father to be in a Pregnancy

On July 22, 2010, in Blog, by Bellybuds

The degree of involvement in a pregnancy can be a confusing issue for dads-to-be. However, as a couple, it is important to remember that pregnancy is happening to both of you. The following article discusses ways for a pregnant woman to get the expectant father involved with the pregnancy…

Read article here

 
 

“It’s a…girl?”

On July 14, 2010, in Blog, by Bellybuds

My wife, Jama, and I had an amazing dinner last night (at Carlitto Gardel in LA, incidentally) – we were out because yesterday was the day we learned the sex of our second child. At our ultrasound appointment yesterday morning, we asked our OB/GYN to write down on a piece of paper what the sex was and we didn’t read it until we were done with the excellent appetizers. I pulled out the paper, put it down flat on the table and we counted to three – I lifted my hand, “It’s a girl!”

Now, I need to tell you that we TOTALLY were expecting a boy… (more…)

 

Metroparent.com

On July 13, 2010, in Blog, Reviews, by Bellybuds

“Mom, now you can establish that strong connection with baby and still go about your day with Bellybuds wearable speakers. The product was created and co-founded by Curtis Williams, husband of Parks and Recreation actress Jama Williamson.”

Read full review here

 
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