“Do you know The Benefits of Introducing Baby to Music. … Introducing your baby to music is an easy and enjoyable way to interact with your baby in his first year and can help set the stage for lifelong musical development. Plus, playing together with music can brighten his mood, benefit his brain, and boost his language skills.”
I have been looking into breastfeeding music, yes, really there is actually breastfeeding music and I thought that this Christmas would be a great time for you parents to have some music to help you and your baby find more enjoyment in breastfeeding. I managed to find a few different music videos and have created you all a playlist.
Check out the breastfeeding playlist I created with songs from around the world.
I found this song from Ghana, and really liked the sound of it and wanted to learn what they was saying. I then managed to get a fellow birth worker to translate the words, which you will find all details below.
Published on Sep 23, 2013 Joyce Buckle, Delima Godsway- Songwriter, Sonja Liggett-Igelmund
Notsi nana tsimatoe la
- Enyona vi ple dadaa
Exclusive breastfeeding is good for both the child and the mother
2. Enaa devia nunyiame kple tsi Enaa Dada fe no mateo!
It gives the child all nutrients and water And prevents all breast conditions.
3. Enaa devia tsi Kabila Enaa Dada maforfu gbo o!
It helps the child to grow properly And serves as a Family planing.
4. Enaa devia noa lameseme Enaa Dada mablea ga o!
It keeps the child always healthy And helps mother to save Money!
5. Enaa devia fe susu me koa Ehea lorlor dea vi kple nor dome!
It helps the child´s brain to grow And builds bondage between mother and child!
I hope you find a song that you and your baby enjoys.
(Pleas note that this music can be played all year round, not only for Christmas. )
Whishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. If you don’t celebrate Christmas have a wonderful seasonal holiday.