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How do they work? Good question! According to the instructions, you stick them on your belly so mom and dad can pipe in sophisticated, classical music. Because God forbid your baby doesn’t pop out whistling sophisticated, classy music. We recommend the purchaser of bellybuds have their baby listen to instructional CDs on how to deal with gullible, easily bamboozled parents. Well, at least they’re only… $49.99?! Good Lord.

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  1. Great job here. I really enjoyed what you had to say. Keep going because you definitely bring a new voice to this subject. Not many people would say what youve said and still make it interesting. Well, at least Im interested. Cant wait to see more of this from you.

  2. Lori says:

    18 years ago I was 32 weeks pregnant with my daughter. Wedged in, butt first. My midwife told me to be prepared for a breech birth. At childbirth class that week our instructor told me she’d heard of a trick to get breech babies to turn. I played music, and yes, it was sophisticated and classical. What else would you want your unborn child to listen to ? Bach cello suites. Through Walkman headphones. It worked then, and after, when she was fussy, that piece of music seemed to have a particularly calming effect on her.

    I probably wouldn’t have bought the belly buds, well, maybe I would, depending on the sound quality. Not THAT easily bamboozled~

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