Categories

Talk to Your Baby via Bellybuds (Win Your Own + Exclusive Discount!)

pregnant women

You talk to your unborn baby while driving in the car, you sing to him or her while cooking dinner, and you might even put headphones up to your belly to share your favorite song. But what if there was a safe and effective way to better transport your voice (or loved one’s voices) and music to your baby’s womb? What if you could win your very own set? Keep reading to find out more:

bellybuds

Bellybuds is a unique type of maternity wear that has with a fixed, maximum sound level that is strong enough for your baby to hear, but not too loud. In fact, they claim it’s the sound level of a casual conversation for your baby. (You can’t get that with regular headphones!)

bellybuds

Created by Curtis Williams (husband of Parks and Recreation actress Jama Williamson) to create a more convenient way for pregnant women to connect with their unborn babies, bellybuds can be worn right under your clothes. The hydrogel adhesive rings stick right to your belly and are designed for your extra-sensitive, curvaceous figure.

pregnant women gift ideas

But we think one of the most exciting aspects of Bellybuds is their new VoiceShare recording application. If grandma is across the country, a surogate is carrying your baby, or daddy is away on business or in the military, you can play your baby a recorded message sent via e-mail. Cool, right?

We think this would make an awesome holiday or baby shower gift for pregnant women, so we teamed up with bellybuds to get you an exclusive 15% off discount when using the coupon code BABBLE15. The discount is good now through Dec. 31, 2010. PLUS, we’re also giving away a set (valued at $49.99) to one lucky Babble reader. To enter, simply leave a comment below! We’ll pick a random winner next Monday, Oct. 25.

Find out more at bellybuds.com.

Tagged as: , ,

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.