BellyBuds – specialized speakers that safely plays music and voices directly to the womb!

I have always wondered what my little one is feeling inside my tummy. Is he scared that he is all alone? Does he feel bored being in my womb by himself with no TV shows, movies, or toys to entertain him? And sometimes, I also wonder if he hears my voice every time I talk or sing to him.

Well, I may never know exactly what he is feeling inside, but I have found a way on how I can help ease his worries (if he is feeling that way), anxiety or boredom while he is inside my womb. Thanks to WavHello the maker of Bellybuds, I can now play songs (even classical music) as well as read books (using my voice, his dad’s or any other family members) inside my womb — anytime, all the time!

Bellybuds is like a wearable earphone for the baby bump. These are flat speakers that you can attach to your belly (with the use of skin-safe hydrogel adhesives), and it can deliver soothing music, sounds and even recorded voices to the baby inside your womb.

Benefits of Prenatal Music and Stimulation

According to some of the studies, I have come across, playing music to your baby inside the womb can help soothe anxiety. More than that, experts also claim that exposing your baby to music at this stage can also make them smarter!

Helpful Reads and Articles:
» Babies Listen and Learn While in the Womb
» 4 Wonderful Effects Of Listening To Music During Pregnancy
» Babies may remember music heard in the womb
» Does classical music make babies smarter?
» Experts Discuss Whether Mozart Really Does Make Babies Smarter

What I like most about Bellybuds is that it is not like other earphones out there that are too bulky and cumbersome. Since these earphones are specially designed for the belly, it is lightweight and highly portable, so I can play music to my baby even if I am in the car, doing my laundry, cleaning around the house, or writing content on my blogs.

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Another feature that I like is it comes with an audio splitter so my baby and I can enjoy simultaneous listening. Just the thought that we are listening to the same music already makes me feel closer to him. There’s also a handy pre and post switch to help adjust the volume.

The “Pre” natal setting has a lower max volume guaranteed to deliver music safely to a baby inside the womb. The “Post” natal setting has a higher max volume to help play soft music, voice messages, and when using BellyBuds as an ambient speaker after the baby is born.

*** both the “Pre” and “Post” switch/setting ensures a maximum level of sound that is safe for a baby in the womb.

Last but not least, I have to give major props for their VoiceShare app (available in the App Store for iOs devices and Google Play for Android devices). It helps parents, as well as loved ones, connect with the baby. They offer a broad range of products in their library as well as one album of free music and one free children’s book you can record in your voice.

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I can’t wait to see my baby boy but I know November is still a few months away so for now, the best thing I can do for him is to play music and listen along with him. I hope that it is enough to keep him relaxed and make him feel safe until the day comes that I will get to hold him in my arms!

check out this article and find out how ❝ listening to music during pregnancy can reduce prenatal stress

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  • Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

    That is the coolest thing ever! When my kids were inside me, I put headphones on my belly, but it was super hard to get them to stay. These would have been so much better.

  • melissa chapman

    I think that soft soothing music played to the baby must be a good thing. It would be so much fun to listen along with him. I am so interested in the studies on this topic.

  • The Cubicle Chick

    I will def check into this for my friend girl who is pregnant. Thanks for sharing. – yolonda

  • Brianne

    What a cool product. I wish something like this was around when I was pregnant with my kiddies! I love the benefits they have on the baby!

  • Phyllis Pometta

    First congratulations! I wish I had these types of products when I was pregnant. My kids are 13, 16 & 19 so things have come a long way since then! It’s so exciting to get them acclimated to noises and sounds before birth. I went to concerts when I was pregnant with my first one and there was only one song that calmed my baby…and it was an alternative rock song! LOL Enjoy exploring and exposing your baby to new sounds and music!

  • Terri Steffes

    My birthday is in November, too! I love Belly Buds and think it is an amazing tool for pregnancy. I used to play Mozart and Bach to Ash in utero, and she did grow up liking that, and other, styles of music!

  • Alison

    These are pretty interesting. I have never seen them before nor had them around when I was pregnant.

  • Dogvills

    Back then there was no gadget like this. I just listened to music a lot when I was pregnant with my two kids.

  • Karen Morse

    That’s really nice! I’m sure expecting parents would appreciate this gadget. It’s good to expose kids to music as early as when they’re in their mom’s belly!

  • Jessica Joachim

    These are awesome! I used regular headphones when I was pregnant but I would have loved to have had these! It makes life so much easier for sure.

  • Melissa Dixon

    This is so great. When I was pregnant I played music for my daughter often and after she was born as well. It worked because she is a genius!

  • Marcie

    Oh how fun! I know it’s really good for babies to hear voices of family members because they recognize them once they are born. These BellyBuds look like a great way to bond with baby in utero!

  • Stephanie Cox

    I have never seen or heard of these but I love the idea of them. We used lay my iPhone on my belly and play music to my little one when I was pregnant.

  • Kelly Hutchinson

    I had not heard of belly buds! These are so cool. I have a friend who is expecting. She would love these.

  • Jennifer G

    What an adorable idea! I wish I had these when I was pregnant with these two kiddos.

  • Up Run for Life

    Those are so neat. I think music calms them and they love hearing mamas voice.

  • Cindy Ingalls

    This is such a cool product. Playing music to your baby in the womb can help calm them and introduce them to some great artists.

  • reesa

    I’ve always wondered about using these!!! We’ve always thought about what babies hear and think about in the womb.

  • Debbie Savage

    The Belly Buds are so genius! Oh, how I wish this was available for my three kiddos back in the day! Honestly, the music is so powerful!

  • Sarah Bailey

    What an absolutely fab sounding gadget, how lovely to be able to play music and the like directly to your little on in the womb.

  • Heather

    This is so sweet! I would have loved to use these when I was pregnant with my now two year old daughter!

  • Jeanine

    After 7 full term pregnancies I can i’ve never seen these, but I wish I did. How cool are these? So fun, I will have to try them!

  • Renee @ The Good Hearted Woman

    We are a musical family, and I used to sing to my babies and play them music all the time before they were born. This is a great option for mamas who don’t want to walk around strumming a guitar next to their belly all day!

  • Brittany

    Aww I love this so much! I love that you can do this and bond even more with your little one. I wish I had this when I was pregnant!

  • michelle

    Congrats! These are the coolest. If I ever have another baby, I am so getting these.

  • lydia Jean

    I find this so so interesting!! I never would’ve thought to do this but those articles make it seem so easy