You don’t want to just love your baby, you want to LIKE your baby.
But right now spending quality time with your baby just doesn’t feel fun.
You beat yourself up about not wanting to do it more and that makes you think something is wrong with you.
You are 4 cups of coffee into your ‘I-need-more-sleep-routine,’ your socks are mismatched, and you need a reliable way to put your baby to nap NOW.
You feel overwhelmed. You are afraid that you don’t have it in you to raise this beautiful child.
You’re bored. And yet you’ve never had so much to do in your life.
Everyone tells you to enjoy this time because it goes by so fast. But sometimes you wish it would go a little faster.
But what if life with your baby could be so much better?
Imagine having a special game you play together that brings on those first giggles you will never forget. It makes your heart jump out of your body.
Imagine having a conversation with your baby that makes you feel like you speak your baby’s language perfectly. You gaze into each other’s eyes and understand each other.
You don’t want to be anywhere else. You don’t check your phone, you haven’t scanned the internet for solutions for days. You know what to do. You know what your baby needs.
Imagine that your morning play is followed by a glorious two hour nap for BOTH of you from which you wake feeling rested and ready for more.
All of this is possible.
“As a 35-year-old new mom, I was blown away by how much my life changed when my daughter arrived. I’m a leader in my professional life, but suddenly I was a novice, with no idea how to connect to – or what to do with – my baby.
Baby in Tune gave me the skills and tools I needed. I learned a song with the perfect rhythm for bouncing when my daughter started crying. I learned a way to engage her in tummy time. I learned lyrics that helped me understand that everything we were going through – from Rose putting her hands in her mouth incessantly to my missing the “old me” to forgiving each other after she stole all my sleep – were totally normal.
This class was invaluable.”
I bet you didn’t realize that music was the key.
Music is a keystone of society.
for generations, music has been a way to connect with others, to be in sync, TO pass on stories, TO create memories, TO teach children.
Do you ever hear that one song and immediately want to call your best friend and reminisce? Or are taken back to a happy moment at a family holiday? Or are transported back to a family road trip?
music is powerful.
it collapses time and links generations.
Music is a language.
and your baby speaks it from day one.
You already know this.
You are probably already doing music with your baby.
But what I am talking about is not just listening to songs in the car or singing the Itsy Bitsy Spider.
When you learn to use music as a language you can connect to your baby in a way you never thought possible.
Precisely when I had my first baby was when I felt farthest from music. I had decided to give up on my rockstar dream to become a “grown up” and went to study psychology.
And then came baby. And then came OVERWHELM. Issues with breastfeeding, hooked up to the pump, body breaking down, exhaustion, confusion. No. Sleep.
I followed the blogs and books to a ‘T’. We had a schedule. But I still had a fussy baby and I was a fussy mama. We just weren’t in sync.
So one day I tried to find my own music again. I softly sang to him. At first it didn’t feel authentic.
And then it happened.
He looked up at me and smiled. He hung on my every note. He wanted to hear his mama sing. Not because she was a rockstar, but because she was his MAMA.
Music gave me a way in to motherhood. And as my baby and I developed our musical language together I knew I needed to help other parents feel this way.
That is why I created this program.
A one-of-a-kind music program for you and your baby that actually works
Baby in Tune is a step by step program that will teach you how to soothe, put your baby to sleep, play, and enrich your baby. More than that it is a guide to connection, to more smiles, more snuggles, more cooing, and less crying.
By the end of this class, you will rock bedtime, will be able to soothe your baby on the plane or in the backseat, and will have a bagfull of fun activity ideas to do with your baby.
You will feel like you know what the hell you’re doing and will have confidence to solo parent on a long weekend.
Instead of sweating out the witching hour, you’ll spend the afternoon writing your very own song that your baby will remember forever.
“I’m an engineering manager, dedicated to structure, and so when I took over as primary caregiver to my son, I started treating our daily routines like another job. I saw my son as a difficult asset to be managed.
Baby In Tune taught me how to ENJOY it. When I sing to him now, especially when getting him out of bed and down to sleep, I take joy in how our connection is evolving, rather than simply focusing on the confusion of it all.
Music keeps it from being simply a job.”
When used correctly, music can…
For your baby AND you. Music can make your bedtime routine consistent and reliable.
Make Your Day FUN
For all of those moments you wonder what to do next and how to ENJOY your baby. Music is the key.
Improves communication skills so your baby can express themselves more easily.
Soothe Your Baby
Music lowers our cortisol and relaxes baby and us, which means more peaceful days and nights for all.
Strengthen Your Bond
Imagine rocking out to your favorite song together. You are in sync, you are connected.
Help Establish Routine
You need a consistent routine so that you can stop chasing those naps and stick to a schedule.
Relax you BOTH
Our babies are like emotional antennas. When music relaxes YOU, it relaxes baby.
Music brings more joy, more creativity, more smiles, and more heart-melting all around.
The thing is, you’ve tried it all;
Techniques to help with sleep, activities to make your day more fun, and ways to get your baby on a regular schedule. But finding the right ones feels like MISSION IMPOSSIBLE.
But those were techniques. This is a language.
It isn’t about getting your baby to fall asleep, but about getting to know your child in an intimate way. The result is that you will get more sleep.
Those were tactics. This is a way of life.
This isn’t about soothing your baby so you can go watch a show on Netflix but about creating a connection that will last forever.
“Before the music class I was really quiet most of the day with Rhett, just going through the motions. But since the class I find myself singing alot more as I’m doing things…it just everything alot more lively and fun.”
This course is not just for singers and musicians. In fact, it is also for the parent who doesn’t feel musical at all. These techniques are taught in a way that will feel accessible to everyone. And the best part is that you can start to use them TONIGHT and will see immediate results.
You will learn tools that are founded on science, research and attachment theory. They go beyond the nursery rhymes you know from childhood and integrate disciplines to bring you a much broader take on music. You’ll be getting strategies from music therapy, based in concepts from psychology.
By the end of this course, you will feel confident to use music at all moments and in every situation; When your baby is fussy in the shopping cart, when your baby is crying in the back seat, when you are playing in the morning, and when you are waiting for the day to end in the evening.
Endless shushing at 3am, bouncing, swaddling, pacifying, swaying, endless car drives, stroller rides around the block, vibrating chairs, swaying chairs, night suits, teethers, patting, tapping, all of it. You’ve done it all. Nothing quite works.
you can’t sing itsy bitsy one more time
You know that music is important for your baby, but for crying out loud, aren’t there any other baby songs? A day with your baby can get booooooring. All you can think of are traditional baby songs that all seem to have tragic endings.
the “normal” baby schedule? Tried it
Your baby must not be normal. Because you’ve tried the daily schedules suggested and they just don’t work. You wish you knew how to help your baby nap consistently during the day. If that happened, you might even get to nap yourself. A parent can dream…
No more frantic searches at 3am for a way to make it easier.
No more wasted time on obscure techniques that don’t improve your day-to-day immensely.
No more feeling exhausted and waiting by the door for relief.
No more boring days that feel endless.
No more wondering if you are “doing it right.”
No more wasted money on endless soothing devices, toys, swaddles.
“Originally, I just wanted to learn some songs and games to play with Olivia at home.
But over the course of the class, I found she was always in a good mood, and calmer after we sang together (myself also).
So much so that I was even able to take her to a 2+-hour wait at the DMV. She barely fussed, I sang to her, and held and swayed her using techniques I learned in class.”
You enjoy music, but you don’t think of it as a solution to your toughest moments with your baby.
Music can get you through the witching hour, the middle of the night, and the plane ride.
All so you can ENJOY your time with your baby and not spend the day frantically trying to soothe.
You think singing is better left to those who sound good.
But the thing is – your baby wants to hear YOU sing. More than anyone else. To your baby, you sound like Beyonce meets Freddy Mercury meets Stevie Wonder.
With the right direction and encouragement, you’ll be belting out solos in your private stadium in no time.
Sure, you sing with your baby. It’s fun, but not life changing or anything. Or so YOU think.
Music with babies can be MUCH broader than nursery rhymes.
It is a language, a way of being with them, a way of relating, communicating, and connecting.
Music is the ONLY tool that can reach our babies in this way.
Here’s the thing
You know that music can save your sanity and make parenting feel more joyful and less like a job but you need guidance on how to use it.
You sense that music can help soothe and help with sleep but you want to know how.
You know that music makes you and your baby happier but you need a toolkit that will be right for you and your baby.
Without a step-by-step program showing you easy doable techniques and strategies that work, you may just continue with Twinkle Twinkle and miss out on all the other benefits of music.
What makes music so powerful? We’ll look at the research showing us why babies respond to it, and how we can use it to speak their language.
Next, you’ll go from belting strictly in the shower to breaking out spontaneously in song at the grocery store.
We ALL have insecurites. This lesson walks you through some strategies to overcome them.
In the first lesson, you’ll learn the Soothing Technique that will have your baby quiet in the restaurant in 30 seconds.
In the second lesson, you’ll learn how to use a lullaby so that your baby can be put to sleep by anyone, anywhere.
The third lesson will help you sing through diaper changing, feeding, morning, bathtime, so that you go from fuss to fun.
These lessons are all about having FUN.
Starting with play songs, you’ll learn why and how to do them. You’ll learn the “Anticipation/Repetition Technique” that will reveal the ‘scientist’ within your baby.
Finally, get your dancing shoes on for the last lesson when you cover how to shimmy through the witching hour.
We can spend hours with our baby and still sometimes feel that we haven’t actually BEEN with them all day.
By the end of this module, you will have three big strategies to help you fully connect with your baby AND yourself.
These techniques are so crucial for your relationship with your baby that you will be using them literally for the rest of your baby’s life.
Now let’s talk about making our babies smarter through music.
You’ll learn the Mirroring Technique to unlock a converstation with your baby.
You will also learn how you can use your hands to get your baby talking faster.
Finally, you’ll learn how to use music to introduce other languages to your baby.
Time to unleash your rockstar. You are going to get the step by step process to write your own song, that your baby will sing to her baby someday.
You will take a trip down memory lane to remember your childhood music so your baby can share in your memories and feel history through music.
Finally you will introduce your baby to music from your culture and others.
“Music class taught me how to connect with my child in a different way. Now, we use music for routines, we use music for getting out of the house, connecting just her and I, and connecting to her father.”
GET A FULL REFUND WITHIN THE FIRST 14 DAYS
IF YOU ARE NOT 100% SATISFIED.
Our community is filled with committed and super supportive parents like yourself who are setting out to learn how to be better parents and believe that music holds a major piece to the puzzle. When you join, you will be part of this special group.
By the end of the 14 days, you’ll have received my Welcome Email that will kickstart your musical journey with your baby, as well as the first two Modules of the course.
Meaning: You’ll have had the opportunity to learn the soothing method, perfect your bedtime routine, and overcome singing insecurities BEFORE making a commitment.
If you don’t feel totally confident and motivated by the use of these strategies with your baby (and how they’ll step up your parenting game), simply reach out. Show me you’ve given it a go and I’ll refund your investment.
In this bonus, we’ll take the headache out of finding the right songs for the right moments during your day.
We’ve got you covered. Morning, play, feed, bath, sleep.
This bonus is really where it’s at. Here the class will become much more than a class. It will become a place to share your daily highs and lows and a community conversation about how to make various techniques work for you even more.
Who doesn’t feel vulnerable when they sing?
If you think you sound like Bob Dylan but wish you sounded like Beyonce, this is where we take you from off key, to off the charts.
I get it. You are steeped deep in diapers, dirty laundry, pacifiers and bottles, and haven’t truly slept in weeks. You wonder – can music actually help with that? Well it can’t do the laundry, but it CAN making life much easier, and way more fun.
So yes. Music truly is a big deal.
Yes. It is especially for you just like it’s for confident singers out there. The class will help you find your voice.
And the big secret? Nobody needs to hear it but your baby. And your baby thinks you are a Rockstar.
Absolutely. This program is not necessarily for your baby to watch but for you.
Watch these short videos while they nap or feed. Then you’ll have fresh ideas to use when you’re ready.
There is no other music class like this. This class is not just about entertaining your baby but about teaching you concepts and strategies from Psychology and music therapy.
AND, you get to do this one from the comfort of your own home.
If you are taking them to a regular music classes out there, then yes. But this one is different. This class teaches you musical techniques that are specifically geared toward your baby’s first year.
These are strategies that are important NOW – soothing, feeling connected, playing in ways that are appropriate and not jarring, and getting in SYNC with you.
Well, you can find all kinds of good songs to sing with your baby online. You can also find tons of advice that will be helpful.
What you can’t find are these unique techniques that merge disciplines based on cutting-edge research.
The videos are bite size but it is alot of material.
In order for you to have time to practice it, it is beneficial to take it week by week.
But remember, once the course is over you will have lifetime access and will be able to watch the modules whenever you want in whatever order you please.
Yup. You’ll get the intro video, the first module and second module within 14 days.
Meaning, you’ll have had the opportunity to soothe your baby using the new techniques, improve your bedtime routine with your lullaby, and overcome any singing insecurities BEFORE making a commitment.
If you don’t feel totally confident that you’ve upped your parent game, show me you’ve given it a go, and I’ll refund your investment.
I know you’ve got alot on your hands. I know you are tired. I know that you have no time. And we know that nothing works ALL the time with a baby.
But I do know what music has done for the 1000s of parents I’ve worked with.
It has made them feel more peaceful, more playful and joyful, and it has added ways to make your time more educational.
Most of all – it has brought a deeper connection. And that’s what it’s about.
A 6-week music program for parents who want to
enrich their baby, get more sleep,
and go from feeling like its a JOB to a JOY
If you are still unsure because you have some questions
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