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Music For Babies In The Womb

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  • (For Baby (For Bobbie)) John Denver (December 31, 1943 - October 12, 1997), born Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr., was an American singer-songwriter, actor, activist, and poet.
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  • (in this) therein: (formal) in or into that thing or place; "they can read therein what our plans are"
  • Overview (total time = 00:29:39), I cover some definitions of lean, its roots in the Toyota Production System, and how resource planning and lean work together.
  • “steady state” thermal values obtained from laboratory testing, it is assumed that temperatures at both sides of a wall are constant and remain constant for a period of time, unlike what actually occurs in normal conditions.
  • The vocal or instrumental sound produced in this way
  • musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
  • an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
  • The art or science of combining vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion
  • A sound perceived as pleasingly harmonious
  • any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
  • The uterus
  • A place of origination and development
  • The uterus (from Latin "uterus" (womb, belly), plural uteruses or uteri) or womb is a major female hormone-responsive reproductive sex organ of most mammals including humans.
  • Womb is an upcoming film written and directed by Benedek Fliegauf and starring Eva Green and Matt Smith.
  • uterus: a hollow muscular organ in the pelvic cavity of females; contains the developing fetus
music for babies in the womb - UltraSound -
UltraSound - Music for the Unborn Child
UltraSound - Music for the Unborn Child
While many hospitals across the country send new mums and babes home equipped with discs of classical music to soothe and gently stimulate babies' tender minds, Ultrasound brings together a delightfully well-rounded set specifically chosen for those still in the womb. Expectant moms will appreciate the effects of the mellow strains of Bach's Suite No. 3, the delicate playfulness of Tchaikovsky's "Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy," and Mozart's proven-to-make-you-smart Sonata for Two Pianos featuring Andre Previn. Debussy's "Clair de lune" is especially lovely as conducted and fluted by James Galway, and Leontyne Price is a warm blanket of comfort giving voice to Schubert's "Ave Maria." Indeed, these songs are aural balm to both parent and child long after birth. --Paige La Grone

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Day 06
Day 06
DAY 06 6.00am, another lie in, but it’s not long enough, it takes me 30 mins to wake up. First I try to get her to go back to sleep but she just keeps offering me the Winnie The Pooh Star Machine thing remote control, she just wants to share aawwww! I attempt to make apple & weetabix for Carys. Carys climbs up onto the arm chair, and then up to the arm, and then stretches out for the books on the 2nd from top shelf of the book case. I grab her, this could have been a nasty fall for her, I put her near me 25 foot away from the books. But as I chop apple she scampers back to the armchair and begins her perilous climb again, I repeat step 2, and on it goes 6 or 7 times back and forth, back and forth until I realise my apple isn’t getting chopped. I remove the cushion off the armchair and it still doesn’t help, she still has the ability to climb, next I move the armchair 3 feet forward, but she still goes for it, how on earth is she going to leap her own body length across and half her body height upward and then grab a book in mid-air before landing on her feet to flick through the pages and scrumple them up? And a fat Oxford Russian dicitionary at that? She doesn’t know the limit of her abilities, even I don’t but we’re both learning. 6.45am Carys starts up her impression of an air-raid siren, a long piercing wail that means that she is wanting something, I know it’s herr stomach, but I haven’t had chance to make the mushabix yet. Look out Axl Rose someone can out-whine you now. 7am Sarah arrives from Nod and feeds Carys. 7.15am Brekky is finally gobbled down, I go for the Sylvester Stallone option – porridge and dried fruit, but I have honey on top as I’m not as sweet as ole Sly. 7.30am Carys grabs my drinking glass and smashes it, she scratches her hand and has her first ever trickle of blood! Awwww, and I was there to see it, the most minimal of blood, but hey at least we know she isn’t a cyborg that was planted in Sarah’s womb at the hospital, or can cyborgs bleed nowadays! 8am I attempt to work, this is disturbed by a round of Mutual Growling, carys growls at me, then I gropqwl back and she hides her head and smiles then growls back, and on it goes, my throat starts to irritate, then my cough comes back, Mutual Growling will have to wait. 8.15am Not getting much work done, I’ll be late with my deadline, but not too much. 11.15am Sarah, Carys & I go over to Telegraph Hill Park (South) for the farmers market and to loll around, a half dozen stalls are there selling wholesome looking home made foods, like pasties, marinated olives, crepes, sausages and cheeses. I have a Cornish pastie, Sarah a crepe, and Carys has Babybel, yoghurt and banana. The park is teeming with upper middle class families with small kids, lots of the dads look older than their wives, and certainly too old to be dads, some are overweight too, they have a good chance of dying before their kids grow up, oh well we can’t all find the love of our lives whence young can we? My lower back is lightly sore today – (old cycling injury), I wouldn’t want all the aches and pains of middle age and a baby to worry about, sarah has a sore shoulder so I massage it under a big old tree. 1.30pm Back home for more graphics work, still not getting much done, especially when carys is on my lap facing me and trying to play, I work around her, very literally, weaving my head back and forth to see the screen, lucky it’s a big screen. 3pm Try and nap but disturbed, maybe tomorrow. 4pm Carys, Sarah & I play ‘Clap Hands’, this entails Sarah ordering Carys to clap hands in a high pitch voice, Carys obliges her, then looks at me for recognition, then I start clapping my hands loudly and raise my voice and then approach her with my clapping hands and then smother her and growl at her like a bear, she then squeals and laughs, and I laugh too. Then Sarah starts it all again, but it’s not the best time while I’m in the middle of work, how can I ignore the little lady, I find her very irresistible and always aim to make her smile. Perhaps put a bolt on the upstairs office? 4.30pm I’m trying to download my music onto my new computer, but half of them don’t work, they’re ok on my hi-fi, frustrated. 8pm Carys asleep, no afternoon nap today again, I have shoulder of lamb today – Free Range it said on the packet, is that all Bernard Matthews can brag of nowadays? Well I hope they don’t battery farm those poor little lambs anyway. 8.30pm Go down off license for 4 cans of beer, the jolly Sri Lankan shop keeper tries to persuade me to go for the ‘6 cans for a fiver’ offer I am very tempted, but wouldn’t have any money left over for chocolate, it’s a hard decision to make, in the end I decline, on the way home a deep aggressive African voice comes from out of the shadows ‘you got cigarette?’ I say ‘I don’t smoke’, that’s’ the type of place this is, varied, edgy and fun.
Day 463 - Day 098
Day 463 - Day 098
“And angels fall without you there, and I go on as you get colder Or are you someone's prayer” Black Balloon: Goo Goo Dolls, Dizzy Up The Girl This song was never as much a lyrical inspiration as it was a musical inspiration to me. The Goo Goo Dolls do a lot of different tunings, all of which give their songs a really nice warmth. There’s not much that really needs to be said about the lyrics… This song came out quite a while back, and yet I still remember it as if it was yesterday. I remember the emotion that overcame me when I heard his voice, the music and the emotion that was poured into this song. I think that above all this is my favorite song of theirs, and it filled me up in times when I was hurting- the music just seemed to heal me. I saw this song performed live when they toured with the Counting Crows. I didn’t really get excited about seeing the Goo Goo Dolls, but they were actually really, really good! When they played this- well, it just felt like a lot of closure came about… *** Artist Notes *** Praying into the Black Balloon Lyrics: Baby's black balloon makes her fly I almost fell into that hole in your life And you're not thinking about tomorrow 'Cause you were the same as me But on your knees A thousand other boys could never reach you How could I have been the one I saw the world spin beneath you And scatter like ice from the spoon That was your womb Comin' down the world turned over And angels fall without you there And I go on as you get colder Or are you someone's prayer You know the lies they always told you And the love you never knew What's the things they never showed you That swallowed the light from the sun Inside your room Comin' down the world turned over And angels fall without you there And I go on as you get colder Or are you someone's prayer And there's no time left for losin' When you stand they fall Comin' down the world turned over And angels fall without you there And I go on as you get colder All because I'm Comin' down the years turn over And angels fall without you there And I'll go and lead you home and All because I'm All because I'm And I'll become What you became to me

music for babies in the womb
music for babies in the womb
itummy Prenatal Music Band (Medium, Black)
With the itummy, you'll be wearing the most comfortable Prenatal Support Band available. Made up of 80% Nylon and 20% Spandex Lycra the itummy makes for a Soft and Supportive Band that is an essential in your Maternity Wardrobe. Intergrated into the itummy are two soft thin speakers that are placed specifically at the bottom your belly to help guide babies head down for a safe birthing position. Via Mp3 Player you can play Soothing music to calm baby in the womb or even record a Personal Lullaby in your own voice using any recording device.

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