How to communicate with your unborn child

Is it possible to communicate with a baby in the womb? How can you have an affectionate communication with your baby and how often should you do this? Communication can be defined as the act of imparting information. The baby in the womb, also known as physical embryo according to Dr. Maria Montessori, can be communicated with through several ways. Although you might think it is silly talking to your protruded belly, but the unborn
baby is surrounded by sound, vibrations and motions which are ‘felt’ through the skin and skeletal systems. Graven and Browne (2008) stated that soundwaves can be decoded in the womb above the natural noises from the mother
and other distorted noises from outside. Right in the womb, a baby can hear intonation patterns of pitch, stress, rhythm and music.

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