Babies and Music

posted 2 weeks ago in Babies
Post # 2
384 posts
Helper bee

My 7 month old will immediately stop crying the second I start singing baba black sheep,  he LOVES IT.  it’s adorable xx

Post # 4
2234 posts
Buzzing bee

This is really funny, because I was just talking to my friend about this. My kids both love music, but we listen to music daily and basically all day (thanks, Alexa!). My oldest tends to like anything– but he always lights up for things that have a cool beat to them like The Weeknd, Lady Gaga, Post Malone, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, ACDC, GnR, etc. He’s 2 so I should prob start to censor it a little but whatevs– I listen to it so he follows suit. My youngest is 10mo and he likes typical nursery songs, anything I sing to him he enjoys– not because I have a great singing voice but because he just finds it entertaining. We also listen to a lot of instrumental stuff, Disney songs, different genres, musicals, movie soundtracks, etc


Post # 5
2222 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2019

My 6.5mo old daughter LOVES the Beatles! She also likes old Motown stuff! The new stuff shes not as into, but she did love “I want a hippopotamus for Christmas” soo… 

Post # 7
1302 posts
Bumble bee

Baby Shark is still a big hit. Hes getting older now so hes trying to learn the actions.

Post # 8
1413 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

We mostly do Raffi as the songs are short so change up frequently which helps keep my son engaged. We only really listen to music in the car and if he’s fussing he quiets as soon as Raffi comes on. I think because he now associates the car with music, if we’re driving and not listening to music (e.g. if i’m trying to listen to a podcast) he’ll start singing to himself in the back of the car. It’s adorable. Usually I cave at that point and turn on the music for him lol

Post # 9
9237 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

Casper Babypants is a big hit in this house

Post # 10
9564 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

when my daughter, now 3, was an infant the only song that would get her to stop crying in the car was perfect by ed sheeran.

my son , now 4, has loved beatles music since he was a baby.

we do more kids songs now that they have preferences, like disney songs for my daughter and pj masks songs for my son.

but some non kid favorites are damo -indigo girls, i want to hold you hand – beatles, stop in the name of love -supremes, have it all – jason mraz, hold out your hand – brandi carlise.  just to name a few on their playlist.

 and if you want to play name that tune with my son, he’ll get them on the 1st or 2nd beat of songs on his playlist.  he knows most words, he learns really well through song.

Post # 11
7481 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

My son would not take a paci at all, and the absolute only thing that would make him stop crying were lullabies. Didn’t matter if we were at home, in the car, etc. When he was inconsolable we’d turn them on and he’s get quiet right away. I just downloaded a random lullaby app and everyone in our family had the app…haha.

Post # 12
2708 posts
Sugar bee

My 2 year old is sooo random with the music she likes. My husband is a classical musician so she’s been exposed to that since she was in utero, and it definitely seemed to soothe her esp when she was a baby. She loves a few songs from Hamilton but hates others. We’ll be in a store or something and they’ll be playing random music that she ignores, but then all of a sudden a new song comes on and she starts boogeying lol. I can never predict what’s gonna get her groovin. 

In terms of kid music, she loooves anything by the Cedarmont Kids on Amazon Music. Also loves Moana.

Before her nap and bedtime, we have this lullaby we sing and the second we start singing it to her, it’s like she becomes hypnotized. Puts her head on our shoulder and you can just feel her little body relaxing while we sing it.

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