Sunday, February 7, 2010

Lullabelly: Prenatal Music Belt Giveway

This giveaway is now closed. Thank you to all who entered. Congratulations to the lucky winner ~ Sarah Lynne!

Plug in your MP3 player or iPhone™ and play music to your baby in the womb. Listening to music with your baby in the womb helps reduce stress during your pregnancy, helps with fetal development, and creates a wonderful bonding experience. Plus playing the same music after birth helps your baby sleep better. Read what the experts are saying. (click here)


What is Lullabelly?

Although playing music to a baby in the womb is nothing new, any expectant mother will tell you that stretching a headset across your belly is clumsy, and nearly impossible to safely listen along to the same music while playing it for your baby.

The Lullabelly prenatal music belt can be used whether you’re on the go or just relaxing at home. Lullabelly’s patented hands-free design is easy to use, fun and safe for both expectant mother and baby.

Lullabelly is extremely soft, adjustable, lightweight, machine washable, and very comfortable to wear over clothes or directly against your belly. The large pocket is ideal for carrying your portable MP3 player or other small accessories.

Lullabelly utilizes safe sound level technology; maximum volume level is similar to a mother or father speaking or singing directly to their baby in the womb. For added safety, the Lullabelly speaker has a built-in volume control dial so, when using the dual adapter, mom can separately control the volume of her earphones and the volume of the music playing for her baby.

Click here for FAQs and Testimonials!

This innovative company would like to offer one lucky reader their very own Lullabelly!

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**This giveaway ends on February 14th and is open to U.S. residents. **Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. **The winner will be announced on February 15th.

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61 comments:

  1. Listening to music with the Lullabelly can help start a strong bond between you and your unborn baby, and it can also help your baby's learning process later on!

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  4. listen to lullabies will bond you and your baby mverno@roadrunner.com

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  5. It is recommended to be used at the start of the third trimester.

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  7. Listening to music with your baby in the womb helps reduce stress during your pregnancy, helps with fetal development, and creates a wonderful bonding experience. Plus playing the same music after birth helps your baby sleep better.

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  8. Lullabelly stretches to 52 inches and they do sell expansion for up to 18 more inches

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  10. lullabelly uses a safe sound level technology and the max level is similar to that of a parent talking to the baby thru the womb. that is comforting to know!!

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  15. Lullabelly uses safe sound levels. Thanks for the chance.
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  16. This looks awesome! I learned that this makes the bond between mother and baby even stronger!
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  18. It can reduce stress levels during pregnancy! (a statement backed up by scientific research!)

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  22. I love how its one size fits all. That way my Sister in law can use it, and then pass it on to someone else!!!!

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  26. I learned that mothers report that songs played prenatally provoked a very positive reaction in their babies after birth
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  31. Most experts agree that almost any type of music is suitable for babies

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  42. Daughter-in-law wanted one of these. Playing music for the unborn cultivates an interest in and sometimes a talent for music later in life. It certainly worked for my son - we had to use old-fashioned headphones hooked to the stereo.

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  45. Once the speaker system has been removed, Lullabelly is completely machine washable.

    To remove the speaker system, simply unzip the large front pocket and within the front pocket separate the hook & loop fastener to access the speaker and cord.

    We recommend washing Lullabelly in cold water using a gentle cycle, and lay flat to dry or tumble dry on low heat.

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