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Lovely Baby Music

1 rating: 5.0
Music for babies and toddlers composed my Raimond Lap

After the human voice, music is the original interactive medium. Today, it remains the most beneficial learning resource for your baby. For maximum brain development, babies require appropriate stimulation. Care must be taken to avoid over-stimulation, … see full wiki

1 review about Lovely Baby Music

Music happy babies ask for and parents can relax with

  • Nov 10, 2010
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+5
We are a musically inclined family and music is embedded in our genes. My grandfather composed music and was a conductor and my father still writes original music and performs regularly. I was raised mostly on classical that my mother is fond of and it is still my preference despite the enormous variety of what I listened to in adolescence. When I was pregnant with baby E, playing classical for her just came naturally. It was a way for me to relax and to reflect on carrying a little human being in my womb. When she was born it was instantly clear that she preferred classical to anything else. Whenever she was fussy I would turn on classical music and she would change instantly, attentively listening to familiar sounds. Music has been a great tool for me in parenting, especially when everything is new and unknown with the first baby. 

I discovered Lovely Baby Music when browsing online and I turned on the sample music for my toddler to hear. She was very fascinated and started calling out the sounds she was hearing saying 'lyalya, vodichka, bim bom' in Russian, which means 'baby, water, ding dong'. We were sent a Baby Christmas 2 CD and the Lovely Pregnancy 3-CD Collection for review. 

Our experience: We first listened to the Lovely Pregnancy CDs (and no, I'm not pregnant!). There is really nothing that designates this music for pregnancy only the name of the CD and the tracks, you don't have to be pregnant to buy it. It is calm and soothing instrumental and piano music. We enjoy having it on in the morning, it makes for a relaxing breakfast and time for me and baby E to interact. By the way, this is a great way to avoid turning the TV on if you are used to 'background noise'. I would much rather have this music on to listen to with my toddler, than the television that inhibits our interaction, changes her behavior, and does not benefit in social development. I also enjoy playing this before bed while we read or play quiet games with baby E. 


Though we do not celebrate Christmas in the way that most people do, we enjoyed the Baby Christmas 2 with familiar tunes. I actually found it rather neutral, some of the tracks I didn't even recognize right away as Christmas songs. Baby E really enjoys dancing to this CD and hearing the sounds of babies and water. She asked for it today actually by saying "baby water music!" I would love to also try other baby CDs in the series with more nature sounds, upbeat music that baby E can dance to, and relaxing bedtime music.

Quality & Value: Though I still prefer classical music with real instruments, this adds a nice variety and the baby CDs are really fascinating and tailored for babies. I imagine that infants would really enjoy listening to the sounds of other babies too. You can purchase the Baby Christmas CD for $14.99 or download it on their website for $8.99. The Lovely Pregnancy 3-CD Set costs $34.95 or a download for $23.99. There is also a perk for our readers, enter coupon code ecobabyz-deal at checkout and receive 10% off your purchase! (ends December 1st, 2010)

Who Would You Recommend this to? Pregnant moms-to-be, fussy babies, musical development for babies and toddlers of all ages. Great for background music during play and any time of day. 

Be sure to enter the Lovely Baby Music giveaway at Eco-Babyz! Ends Wednesday December 1st, 2010 at 11:59 pm.

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November 20, 2010
Wonderful! Baby E speaks Russian too? Wow, that's great news! She's one of a kind! :-)
November 20, 2010
She speaks mostly Russian and know a little bit of English, we thought it is better to learn the latter when she is older because it is so much easier. :)
 
November 10, 2010
Great tip! What a marvelous idea!
November 11, 2010
Thanks for the comment! Yes, music does wonders.
 
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