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As mom’s, we usually go a period of time when we are sleep deprived. Some mom’s are lucky and this stage only lasts a short period of time while some of us are sleep deprived for a couple of years at a time. My kids never slept good as babies until they were around 2 years old. You’d think with 5 babies, I’d have at least one good sleeper, but no such luck. In fact, 3 of my girls had colic so it was a bit tougher than just being ‘bad sleepers’.
During these times, I resorted to a lot of instrumental music. It really saved me at the time. I remember with my first, he would wake up at 4 am after nursing multiple times throughout the night… and he was ready to stay awake. I was so exhausted that I used to put him in his swing with instrumental music playing and our living room light dimmed very low. I would lay in front of his swing on the floor and doze off. Oh these times are rough! Thank God for that music!
I just came across Jazz For Babies produced by Michael Janish. Janish is an American-born, London-based jazz musician, professor of music and recent father. Janish’s Jazz For Babies is a set of five albums of slow and soothing renditions of the world’s most beautiful songs.
Jazz For Babies Albums Available:
- The Saxophone Album
- The Trumpet Album
- The Vibraphone Album
- The Piano Album
- The Guitar Album
I was sent The Saxophone Album and The Piano Album for review. Not only do I love this music, but Jack and Gracie loved it too. It’s nice and quiet and light, very soothing. We listen to this in the house and in the car. I’m always out with Gracie and Jack running around and these are great songs to relax them and keep them happy.
These albums are available in CD, Digitally and individual tracks can be purchased separately. You can purchase the entire set for about $75.
You can also listen to a little clip of all songs too before you buy.
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