Boosting Prenatal Development
- January 24, 2017
- by Melissa Lawrence
This is a sponsored post.
Hello mamas and papas. There is nothing we parents care about more than raising a healthy, happy child who reaches his or her potential. Traditionally, it was thought that intellectual and physical stimulation for babies began at birth when we parents can begin speaking, reading, singing and even playing music to our babies. Yet recent research indicates that since babies in fact begin to develop their tiny little brains in the womb, we parents can provide helpful prenatal education during pregnancy.
A new product has just hit the marketplace for just this purpose. BabyPlus targets a baby’s development in the womb, offering up a series of audio lessons designed to mimic the sounds a baby hears. The lessons are specifically tailored to every stage of infant growth in the womb and consist of natural sounds similar to the comforting rhythm of the mothers’ heartbeat.
All you have to do is fasten the BabyPlus pouch around mom’s pregnant belly. Choose the correct lesson, press go and continue with your busy day. As you do dishes and laundry, make conference calls, cook and hurry about your life, BabyPlus is talking to your baby in just the way he or she needs. And you, mama, have the comfort of knowing that you are doing all you possibly can to nurture your growing baby from the get-go.
To learn more about this special and unique form of prenatal care, watch my video. Remember, nothing matters more than doing the best you can for your baby.
Prize: 2 lucky winners will each receive 1 BabyPlus Prenatal Education System (ARV $199 each)!
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- Open to U.S readers.
- You must be 18 or older to enter.
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- The giveaway ends on Monday, February 27, 2017 at 11:59 PM (Eastern Time).
- Winner will be announced on the widget below within 48 hours after the giveaway has ended.
This is a sponsored post. Cloudmom received monetary compensation for this post. The opinions expressed in this post are my own.