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Hearing in womb!!!!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy & Labor' started by Cutiesri, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. Cutiesri

    Cutiesri Gold IL'ite

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    Hi every1,
    Can anybody say when baby will start hearing our speech in womb?Can we speak to the child in womb?
     
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    Baby's ear bones start developing between 16 - 18 weeks. So go ahead and talk, sing to your LO ! :)
     
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    sushmavja Platinum IL'ite

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    i used to speak and sing to my baby in womb from 5th month..all those songs she learnt very very quickly..and we also used to call her by a pet name..later when ever her dad called her she used to kick me..it was really amazing..
     
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    Rakhii Moderator IL Hall of Fame

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    Around 16 weeks is when baby will start hearing. I started singing to mine around that time and now she even recognizes and responds her Dad's voice when he speaks to her. Awesome feeling.
     
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    towards 27th week the baby really can hear close voices and recognize his/ her mommie/ daddy voice it seems
     

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