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Product Review: Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt

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Set up the "perfect classroom" to prepare your unborn infant's brain for listening and integrating language sounds. If you're looking for an innovative and comfortable way to bond with baby and share your favorite music, look for Lullabelly, a prenatal music belt.

Lullabelly has done its research in regard to the learning aspect of this great product. It has been found that music being played to an unborn child helps to stimulate intellectual development, engage attention, and encourages learning, language, and memory, all within the womb.

Aside from the many developmental aspects there are some key elements that make Lullabelly stand out. The incredible comfort, pleasing look, and flexible mobility of this product are great bonuses for any expectant mother.

Upon receiving this product I first noticed how extremely soft the belt itself is. Comfort and fit are key when you are expecting and Lullabelly scores points for both when it comes to their prenatal music belt. It comes in three fun colors: pink, blue, and green. Best yet, the material is machine washable just in case you have any mommy spills.

Created by a massage therapist and mom, Lullabelly works in conjunction with your favorite music player, be it a CD player, MP3 player, iPod or the like. If you have a music player that is not slim or compact, I would recommend using the belt clip on the device to hook to the belt. I found that placing my small but bulky player inside the pocket caused some minor discomfort. Once I attached the player to the outside of the belt I could move around the house freely and comfortably.

The adjustable strap make this belt easy for any size mom to fit around her belly. My Lullabelly fit with room to spare; however, Lullabelly will provide an extension strap upon request and shipping costs, to those moms who need a little extra room.

For your listening pleasure Lullabelly is equipped with the maternity belt, a speaker for baby, and if you purchase the deluxe package you also receive a dual earphone adapter and deluxe earphones with volume control so you can listen along.

One great thing about the built-in speaker is that it plays music to the baby no louder than a conversational voice, so you do not need to worry that the music will be too loud. Even so, Lullabelly allows you to adjust  the volume on this very slim baby speaker. While it's recommended to limit music exposure to something with simple melodies and rhythms,  any music can be played.

Personally, I have a hard time finding any ear buds that fit me well, and the same goes for those of the Lullabelly. I just could not get them to stay in my ears. I do love the product, so instead I would have purchased the standard package and perhaps bought my own splitter and used my own headphones. The deluxe package is cheaper, however, than purchasing each item separately so if you don't have a problem with standard ear buds for six dollars more, I would say this is the way to go.

As an expectant mom, I can truly say this would be a great baby shower gift to give to any woman.

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  • Frances Hill

    Hi Mommy B Knows Best,
    I liked your post about Lullabelly.
    Your readers may be interested in getting a free prenatal sound system that both mother and baby can enjoy.
    Ritmo is giving away three a month for 5 months. Your readers can sign up here: http://www.nuvo-group.com/sweepstakes

    You may have seen this new system on Nightline or CNBC. Perfect for a shower gift or pregnant friend.

    All the best,

  • Thanks Frances, Lullabelly is also giving away 1 Lullabelly a week through August 31, 2010 if you answer this question: Do you believe playing music to a baby in the womb is beneficial for a baby’s development?

    Respondents can submit their response to the poll via the following link – http://www.lullabelly.com/survey1.html

  • Carlos

    Great product, but unfortunately Adrianne Godart is NOT the inventor of the Prenatal Music Belt..but I am, I came up with the idea back in 1996 and obtained the patent in1999 on the prenatal music belt, the belt design is exact, all she did is remove the pockets and velcro strap from behind, the belt itself is the same, we are curranlty going to be seeking leagal action aganist Adrianne Godart. Email me and I’ll show you proof at seeeuatthetop@aol.com

  • Sandy Wise

    That is NOT right….that’s like me getting a Mickey Mouse Hat and removing the ears and adding my logo and saying I came up with a NEW design. I hope justice is served!!! Great Product though!!

  • Or like me saying I invented ice cream, and no one else can make any other flavors, come on, we all know that’s not how it goes when you make a product, if the product is exact I could see you getting upset.

  • The Lullabelly Prenatal Music Belt is protected by U.S. Patent # D595858, issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Unfortunately, we’ve found that Mr. Carlos Romo has also been attacking other people and companies with similar products, with his unsubstantiated claims. Of course, we are more than happy to answer any questions. Please feel free to email us at info@lullabelly.com

  • Carlos

    Really, I’ve been attacking other people and companies with similar PRODUCTS??? LOL Please… I would REALLY like to know what other companies with similar products I have been attacking..I have NO beef with any other product that don’t fit the design of my Prenatal Music Belt than yours!! And Mommy B Ice Cream?? Please..the product is exact…email me and I’ll show you!

  • Correct me if I’m wrong, this is your direct quote: “all she did is remove the pockets and velcro strap from behind” right?? Just checking.

  • Brendon

    I find it interesting how you mention the design is exactly the same, and then immediately state what makes it different. If you knew anything about design patents, and apparently you don’t, the very fact that you mention it does not have the pockets and Velcro strap from behind makes it completely different.

  • Carlos

    I’m saying the belt design in itself is the same, the pockets are optional and can be removed if needed, the velcro strap? Well, it’s my understanding that Lullabelly offers additional velcro strap with their product!