My sanity whilst keeping an eye on my babe

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MY SANITY WHILST KEEPING AN EYE ON MY BABE

At the time I had a preschooler and was pregnant with my second baby, i was thinking of how I can bring together a musical soft toy combined with a camera which i can use with current technology (I previously had a baby monitor, which didn’t allow me to keep an eye on my baby from afar), so I created and designed Tebebear which allowed me do monitor my new born child from afar, making my life much easier and cost effective.

After months of research on babies and learning how their brains work, I discovered that Young babies that experience a rhythmic pattern in music can also improve the ability to detect and make predictions about rhythmic patterns in speech. Which means that early, engaging musical experiences can have a more global effect on cognitive skills.

Infants experience a complex world in which sounds, lights and sensations vary constantly.

Pattern perception is an important cognitive skill, and improving that ability early may have long-lasting effects on learning.

Like music, language has strong rhythmic patterns. The timing of syllables helps listeners define one speech sound from another and understand what someone is saying. And it’s the ability to identify differences in speech sounds that helps babies to learn to speak.

Like music, language has strong rhythmic patterns. The timing of syllables helps listeners define one speech sound from another and understand what someone is saying. And it’s the ability to identify differences in speech sounds that helps babies to learn to speak.

The product also has a soft red night light which won’t interfere with circadian rhythm and melatonin production and they will see it as a calming, soothing, familiar environment.

 

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