Monday, 24 October 2016

Belly Buds review*

Did you know that a baby's hearing develops at 20 weeks and their memory at 30 weeks?

When I was pregnant with Ava I would put my Ipod on and play songs to her with the earphones pressed up against my belly. Luckily this time around there's a more practical & advanced way to bond with your baby, the Bellybuds speakers & Voice share app.

Once you've downloaded the app you can select some lullabies to play for the baby or even record your own messages. I've even been playing some of my own music to the baby, who doesn't love a bit of Adele?! Ava's been enjoying talking to the baby via the app, she even asked if the baby would talk back to her! How cute! And she enjoyed playing DJ to her little sibling and  choosing some songs. She was very excited when baby started to kick at some of her choices.

The speakers are extremely easy to use, the pack comes with:
  • 2 BellyBuds speakers
  • 2 pairs of SafeBond adhesives
  • Audio splitter
  • Storage pouch
  • Free digital album

You simply stick the adhesive SafeBonds onto the speakers and then onto your bump and plug the speakers into your phone. If you want to listen at the same time as your baby you use the audio splitter which plugs into your phone, plug the BellyBuds into the one end and your own earphones into the other and you're good to go.

The adhesives are incredibly durable and you can wear the speakers under clothing if you would like to play music to the baby whilst out and about.

My baby is mostly active early in the morning and in the evening, which is when we tend to use the BellyBuds. I've been getting a lot of kicks when doing so and I'm hoping that means baby approves!

BellyBuds are a lovely way to bond with your baby and it's something that your family can get involved with too.

BellyBuds retail at £49.99 and can be bought from the website.

*We were sent the BellyBuds free of charge in exchange for an honest review

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