1) They're listening too
If you listen to music around the house or are always updating your pregnancy playlist
on Spotify, there's no doubt your baby will be listening to some ABBA at 11 in the morning, too.
Babies can begin to hear from noises from 18 weeks
. Research has said that babies get used to the music you're listening to, the TV you're watching, and the voices they've heard while in the womb.
In 2013, the NHS
said that: "Babies remember melodies heard in womb, study suggests," reports The Guardian.
"The study found that babies exposed to the lullaby "Twinkle, twinkle little star" while in the womb showed signs of remembering it up to four months after birth."
They continued: "After birth, researchers found signs that babies in the learning group showed signs of "remembering" the lullaby."