Is Music the key to getting your Baby to Sleep?

have you tried singing to a baby and not touching , lifting or swaying them? It’s almost impossible because our bodies are designed to combine music with movement. Physical touch also has benefits for you: It reduces maternal anxiety and promotes more efficient mothering: it connects you to each other and heightens your instinctive reactions to their needs, as well as being very effective for breastfeeding initiation and long term breastfeeding success

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The Complete Guide to Baby Music Groups: featuring Little Harts Music

Is your baby’s Music Group really worth it? This complete guide to baby music groups aims to support and educate your decision making. There are so many music groups for babies out there today, surely they’re all pretty much the same, aren’t they? How can you tell what you’re getting when you sign up? Do you know what to look out for to make sure that your session facilitator or teacher knows what they’re doing, Read more…

10 Guaranteed Benefits of Making Music at Home with your Little Ones.

Are you feeling stumped or overwhelmed with creative play ideas for your little ones? Or maybe you’re just looking for ways to manage children constantly demanding attention in your home? Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we are currently in lockdown; living with only our immediate family and unable to socialise or see other people outside. It has fast become the most challenging time of our lives with many parents trying to juggle work alongside either Read more…