Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device

Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device

My sister is expecting a little one soon, and she’s over the moon with excitement. It might not be her first baby, but she’s still as happy and giving off that beautiful pregnancy glow. She’s into music and I have a feeling her tots will be too. She dreams of having one of her kids grow up to be a musician someday, so I suggested that she get the Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device so she can start introducing her child to the world of music, even while she (or he) is still in her belly.

The Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device is like a belt that is meant to be strapped around the expectant mother’s belly. It’s light and comfy, so it’s not a burden at all for the mom-to-be at all. This, along with the Yoomi Warming Baby Bottle, would make a fantastic present for mothers and soon-to-be moms.

Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device

Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device

Lullabelly is a prenatal music belt that lets GeekMoms share their music with their geek-to-be in the womb. Researchers have demonstrated that reactive listening begins at 16 weeks, when your wee geek-to-be is roughly the size of a tasty avocado. Moreover, scientists have found that babies exposed to music in-utero displayed advanced intelligence, coordination, and learning abilities. They’ve also found that listening to soothing music calms the savage ninja fetus, preventing the alien baby from bursting out of you all cinematic-like.

  • Prenatal music belt lets you play music for your geek-to-be
  • Hands-free system works whether you’re on the go or relaxing at home
  • Fun and safe for expectant GeekMoms and babies
  • Ultra soft, adjustable, lightweight, and comfortable

TheĀ Lullabelly Maternity Musical Device is available from ThinkGeek for $59.99.

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Hazel Chua

About Hazel Chua

Hazel has a degree in Chemical Engineering, but has wanted to be a writer ever since she was a little girl. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it too: doing engineering stuff during the day, and blogging for various tech blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at

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