Music for babies is something we are quite familiar with. Our third child, Izaiah was born in March 2011 and every night since he has been in his crib he has had baby music playing as he sleeps.
Our fourth baby arrived just a few weeks ago, and just like our third – he too will be listening to music.
Music for Babies
With Izaiah, we kept an MP3 player in his crib. Still to this day, he loves music. Every night, as we tuck him – turning on music has become a part of his bedtime routine.
We will do the same with our new little Zeke.
Baby Lullaby Music Albums That We Love
I’ve gathered 10 fabulous albums that are great not only for baby enjoyable for parents as well. These aren’t the baby lullaby tunes you grew up on but you most likely are familiar with the sounds.
1. Lullaby Renditions of The Beatles
2. Here Comes the ABC’s – They Might Be Giants
3. Lullaby Renditions of Pearl Jam
4. Baby Einstein Lullaby Classics
5. Kids Bop 25
6. The Merry Goes Round – Jewel
8. Sing-A-Longs & Lullabies for the Film Curious George – Jack Johnson
9. Sleepytime Tunes: Lullaby Trib Dave Matthews
10. Daddy Plays: Acoustic Rock Lullabies
What’s been so great about this music is that not only do our babies enjoy it, our older kids do as well! The sound is modern but not obnoxious. Pearl Jam done as a baby song is just beautiful, the same can be said about U2.
They Might Be Giants Songs for Babies and Kids
If you are looking for a little fun, definitely check out They Might Be Giants album, Here Comes the ABC’s.
The NO song is quite popular with us parents. Our kids know that NO means NO, a thousand times no – because this song plays quite a bit in our car.
I hope some of these baby music suggestions make their way to your playlist!
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