The ultimate bedtime ritual is to put your baby to sleep with the perfect lullaby. And that’s easy if you know how to put your baby to sleep. To put your little one fall asleep, you need a baby lullaby that is tailored to the desired sound.
There are many sounds you can choose from – the close mewling of a kitten, the soothed breathing of a newborn, the happy singing of a toddler. You can listen to music on CD, buy a CD or download it from the Internet, or listen to it on the radio or in a nursery.
Choose a song for your child’s room that has a calm, soothing sound. Choose one that is familiar, but not so familiar that the child is discouraged by being awakened by unfamiliar tones. Make sure the song you choose fits the mood you want to create in your child’s room. The best way to find out which type of music will best suit your child is to listen to different baby songs.
However, there are also nursery rhyme and lullaby books, videos, DVD’s and CD’s that you can use to teach your baby lullabies to enjoy. In fact, some parents turn the back of these products because the songs on these CDs can be quite repetitive to young babies.
How To Choose Baby Lullaby For Your Little One?
Choose an instrumental, easy song that has a lovely melody. You’ll be able to go to sleep easier and have a peaceful night of sleep in your nursery with your baby to yourself.
There are baby lullabies that are meant to stimulate and awaken the baby. These often include strange sounds such as popping or clanking noises. Many parents find these lullabies to be more soothing for their babies. When choosing music, make sure that the tempo is fast enough to keep your baby awake. But slow enough that your baby won’t fall asleep on his/her own.
Use your instincts when choosing the right songs for your baby lullabies. Try to put your baby to sleep quickly and not too loudly. You may be lulled into a false sense of security if you hear a few little noises that are relaxing. If you keep doing this over, the transition to the real sound will come much faster.
If you are worried about your baby developing heart disease, consult with a pediatrician. Keep your music under wraps if you don’t want others to overhear what kind of sounds you play while putting your baby to sleep. You may be lulled into a false sense of security if you hear a few little noises that are relaxing. If you keep doing this over, the transition to the real sound will come much faster.
As you use music to put your baby to sleep, try to use the right kind for your baby. Make sure it’s soothing, yet unique and fit for the baby.