Sound Beginnings is a sound delivery system that provides ways to soothe and talk to your unborn child using a machine washable, nylon/Lycra band that features a pocket for your MP3 player and built-in speakers for the baby.
Expectant mommies can comfortably wear the band, which is similar to belly bands many women wear as extra support or to enable them to keep wearing non-maternity clothing.
Not only can you use this system to play calming music for your baby, but you can also use the online Sound Delivery Service to talk to your unborn child. Along with the band, you also receive a user code that enables you and anyone else you choose to call a toll-free number and record messages to the baby.
The service converts the messages to MP3 format so that you can play it for the baby with your MP3 player in the pocket of the band. Using this feature, everyone from Daddy to siblings to grandparents can relate stories, sing songs or tell nursery rhymes to the little one.
As the health and well-being of your child are certainly your top priority, you can use this product knowing that Sound Beginnings is safe for your baby.
"We have done extensive due diligence and consulted with leading scientists to make sure it is safe," assures David Shin, President of Sound Beginnings, Inc. "We have taken safety a step further and addressed the vibration concern and have virtually eliminated the vibrations from the speakers. no other product addresses this concern. Safety and health of baby is our number one concern."
For best results, use the player in short intervals throughout your day. You can wear the band comfortably all day long; in fact, you might appreciate the support it provides. The only time Sound Beginnings advises against using the sound delivery system the week prior to delivery.
Currently, the Sound Beginnings band is available in black, white and nude. Size B is made to fit women who wore a pant size of 4, 6 or 8 prior to becoming pregnant. Size C fits women whose pre-maternity size was 10, 12 or 14. The company plans to offer plus sizes by January of 2012.
If you are interested in this unique prenatal bonding system, you can find the online at sites such as Amazon.com or at popular brick-and-mortar retailers including Babies R Us, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Buy Buy Baby. The system is available for around $50.