Back when I was first pregnant in 2007, I listened to a lot of classical music thinking that it would help kick-start my baby’s future in her school’s gifted program. Because listening to a lot of Baby Mozart will sure help our kids ace those trigonometry quizzes by the time they are in the 3rd grade, right? Well, probably not but it was worth a shot! LOL.
But for those of you who want your unborn babies sampling your mixed tapes while they are still in the womb: we’ve got good news for you. Some clever genius has created a musical tampon to allow fetuses to listen to music, as most can detect sound as early as 16 weeks.
It might sound crazy, but it’s real. Here’s a little more: