How to Communicate with an Unborn Baby

How to Communicate with an Unborn Baby

Your unborn baby

Babies are pretty active in the womb right from the time they start kicking. They don’t just kick, they sleep in the womb, they swallow, they breathe, and they blink. Did you know that they even suck on their thumbs in the womb? Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Yes, these are habits that babies already have when they are born. They practice all this while they are developing inside you. The best part is that babies also learn to recognize sounds from the outside world very soon. They can even understand light and tastes.

This is how parents actually communicate with their unborn baby. Intentionally or unintentionally you are sending out signs to your baby in the form of these stimuli and your baby promptly responds to them. She becomes aware of the outside world.

Now that you know this, don’t you want to communicate with your unborn child and make her aware of your presence? Perhaps so that she can recognize your voice when you are born? Isn’t that a wonderful feeling?

Communicate with your baby

Well, there are ways to communicate with your unborn child consciously. This is a very good practice because it will help you bond with your baby even before she is born. Here are a few ways to communicate with your unborn child.

Talk to your baby

Yes, verbal communication is helpful. Speak to your baby directly or read books loudly so that she can hear your voice. Under normal circumstances your baby will be able to hear you clearly from the eighteenth week of your pregnancy. If you practice this everyday and talk to her, she will be able to recognize you as soon as she is born because it is your voice that she has heard for months together while she was growing in your womb.

Mimicry games

Mimicry games will also help you communicate with your baby. You will also have a lot of fun while doing so. One good way is to tap your tummy and see if she responds. If she kicks in response, the delight you feel will be beyond any words! Studies have suggested that babies tend to respond to sounds and other types of stimuli.

Playing soft, calming, and slow music

Playing soft, calming, and slow music is also an excellent way to communicate. You can use this soothing method to tell her that it is time to unwind and relax now. Your baby will respond very soon to soft music. Her movements will slow down as if to agree with you and your desire to calm down and rest. At the same time, if you expose your baby to loud and fast music, your baby will respond by kicking more frequently and forcefully.

Relax and be free of all stress

The last way and the smoothest way to communicate is to relax and be free of all stress. If you are uptight, your stress hormones will surge and your baby will be affected. If you want your baby to relax and stay calm in your womb, you should be calm too. Indulge in your favorite hobbies and do things that you love so that you are at peace. This will send positive vibes to your baby.

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Alyssia Granger
Alyssia Granger | ConceiveEasy
Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.