vivaldi for my baby

November 24, 2008 8:55pm CST
my baby will be 23 weeks this weekend. and by that time, the bones in his ears are already forming. he can actually hear us now when we talk. but i read somewhere that baby will like vivaldi's symphony at this time, so now, while i am chatting and responding to forums, vivaldi is on on amplifier so that baby can better hear. hehe anyway, how about you? do you also like vivaldi? have you tried vivaldi before? take care and God bless you! :D
3 responses
• Canada
25 Nov 08
Classical music stimulates the brain. It actually helps with mental and social development in babies. From what I know Mozart is the leader in that department, so its a bonus for you if you enjoy listening to it as well. I always had mozart playing in my kids rooms when they would go down for a nap. Some people agree with it, some dont, but its not going to hurt to try it anyway.
@violeta_va (4834)
• Australia
25 Nov 08
My baby will be 20 weeks this weekend. i dont know what to belive any more some say baby can hear voices but dont respond to music, some say they dont hear anything some say something different. I have heard the same thing about Mozart. I like tchaikovsky and bethoven and mozart to a point.
@kkthom3 (279)
• United States
25 Nov 08
I personally love listening to Vivaldi and most classical music. But specifically for babies I have heard that Mozart is the best. It is supposed to help babies because there is symmetry in the music and it helps babies with math and organization.