23 May 2012. Research has shown that music, voices and sound can have a positive influence on the development of a baby in the womb. When provided at safe audio levels, intrauterine sounds can even help babies eat and sleep better after birth. If you want to give your little one a head start in rock n’ roll, consider trying our new obsession – Bellybuds. These wearable speakers are made for expectant mothers and are uniquely designed to conveniently and safely allow the playing of music and voices to a developing child. The set consists of two soft modular belly phones that form to the curve of your growing belly, four sets of hydrogel adhesive rings to hold the Bellybuds in place, an audio splitter and a handy carrying case to bring with you while travelling. Parents can speak directly to the baby, record personal family messages, or play their favorite prenatal tunes with Bellybuds' easy system. And if you’re in the market for a cool baby gift – this one has got you covered.
Price: $ 49.99
(Editor: Janine Breukhoven-Kho)