How to Calm Your Prenatal Baby and Create a Genius with Music

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Lots has been said about music for fetal development, so I know I don’t have to convince you that it’s a good idea. Here is a prenatal sound system that makes it easy to play music for unborn babies. You choose the pregnancy music from your MP3 player depending on what kind of a genuis you want to raise! Will he be a linguist? A musician? A Mathematician? Or how about an all-round geek who knows everything?

RITMO - Prenatal Musical System
The RITMO – Prenatal Musical System is available from Think Geek.

What They Say:


So you’re having a geekling – congratulations!
Have you considered the fact that you’re wasting precious time letting your baby float around in the womb doing NOTHING for 9 months? Now, we’re not a fan of helicopter parenting. Let ’em eat dirt and fail a couple tests, we say. But if you want a jumpstart – nay, a LEAPSTART! – on building your baby’s geniusosity, you need to get a Ritmo and start filling their brains with smarts.
But there are so many decisions! There’s classical music for the Mozart Effect, the educational tunes of They Might Be Giants, the geeky wonderment of Jonathan Coulton, or even those Learn X Language In Your Car courses… we mean, who wouldn’t want a baby that can pop out of the womb playing the violin, knowing about paleontology, seeing the beauty of the Mandelbrot Set, and being fluent in Spanish, French, German, and two or three dialects of Chinese? Also, babies remember and prefer music they heard before they were born; be sure they prefer the right stuff.
Ritmo is the most advanced and complete system delivering quality and SAFE sound to prenatal listeners and their moms. Anything you can play in your mp3 player can be played for your baby, enabling Mom and baby to share the sensory and emotional experience. Researchers have demonstrated that reactive listening begins at 16 weeks. Moreover, scientists have found that babies exposed to music in-utero displayed advanced intelligence, coordination, and learning abilities.
More concerned with the NOW? 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.

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