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Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt

Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt (Images courtesy Lullabelly, LLC)
By Andrew Liszewski

It’s widely believed that playing music for your baby while it’s still in the womb will help improve their visual, auditory, language and motor development skills when they’re born. And that’s what inspired the creation of the Lullabelly. It’s a large belt that can be worn over clothes, or directly against the belly, which features a built-in speaker that can be connected to an MP3 player making it easier to play music directly at your baby. There’s a volume control dial so things don’t get too loud as well as a pocket for holding your player, and the whole thing is machine washable, after you take out the easy-to-remove speaker of course. It’s available in 3 different fabric patterns (pink, green or blue polka dots) directly from the Lullabelly website for $55.

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  • charliehorse43

    So is this to make sure that the tot hates music from the get go.

  • mcman

    I guess it's better than a giant set of headphones.

  • EspritOuvert

    I'd be interested for a slightly lower price. If you're using headphones, you have to sit and hold them down. This belt gives you the option of going on with your day.

  • Dyoung720

    i wonder if this comes with a disclaimer: “warning, baby may come out as evil genious” we sang to my daughter when she was in utero and she came out with this urge to dissassemble everything, i mean everything. maybe we weren't singing right.

  • Jessicat

    I like that it allows the mother-to-be a hands free option. I might do what the second one is doing and put my shirt over it, those polka dots are not flattering. Solid colors please.

  • Danorey

    Sounds funny, but I actually bought one of these for my wife. It's way cool. The baby really does respond to the different types of music that we play. I did my homework on baby music and found out it's actually good for my tot. We heard classical is the best and I think it's making my wife smarter too!!! :) Just kidding – love ya hon!

  • lilychen

    I bought this Lullabelly one month ago. For me, the price is expensive, but this product is worth for every penny. It didn't disappoint me when i got it. Very easy to use. And occssionally, I bought a very cheap but still useful iPhone app at App Store: Prenatal Lullabies. It is just $1.99. Further cheap than Lullabelly. The two stuffs work well on me. The lullaby of them are gentle and fine-tuned. GOOD Match.

  • lilychen

    I bought this Lullabelly one month ago. For me, the price is expensive, but this product is worth for every penny. It didn't disappoint me when i got it. Very easy to use. And occssionally, I bought a very cheap but still useful iPhone app at App Store: Prenatal Lullabies. It is just $1.99. Further cheap than Lullabelly. The two stuffs work well on me. The lullaby of them are gentle and fine-tuned. GOOD Match.

  • lilychen

    I bought this Lullabelly one month ago. For me, the price is expensive, but this product is worth for every penny. It didn't disappoint me when i got it. Very easy to use. And occssionally, I bought a very cheap but still useful iPhone app at App Store: Prenatal Lullabies. It is just $1.99. Further cheap than Lullabelly. The two stuffs work well on me. The lullaby of them are gentle and fine-tuned. GOOD Match.

  • lilychen

    I bought this Lullabelly one month ago. For me, the price is expensive, but this product is worth for every penny. It didn't disappoint me when i got it. Very easy to use. And occssionally, I bought a very cheap but still useful iPhone app at App Store: Prenatal Lullabies. It is just $1.99. Further cheap than Lullabelly. The two stuffs work well on me. The lullaby of them are gentle and fine-tuned. GOOD Match.

  • http://www.maryjanez.net Live Rock Music

    maybe my wife need this