Research shows that the powerful sound of your voice as a pregnant mom or a mom who has already birthed her child/children is one of the most important influences on how your child will sound later in life and how he or she will learn language skills.
This has to do with what I call the Puccini Effect, which basically has to do with the sounds or music that a baby makes with his or her voice.
The foundation of all language skills comes from listening.
And the voice that a baby listens to first and listens to the most is the mom’s voice, your voice.
My passion is to help you improve the sound of your voice so that you will be able to provide the best possible example for your child.
That is why I am working to provide videos for your FREE Mom’s Voice Makeover™.
When you do this, you will be helping to unlock the secrets that give your child what I call the Baby Voice Advantage™.
With that Free report, you can learn more about what you can do to enhance prenatal music and infant music with your voice, all for the sake of your baby’s language and singing development skills.
Science is telling us more and more these days about the influence of a mom’s voice on the way her child learns to speak and sing.
That’s where I come in.
I’m a master voice trainer who put 2 and 2 together several years ago when I began looking at the research and what my natural instincts told me about voice and vocal skills.
It was a no-brainer for me. “Of course a baby hears the mom’s voice the most and of course a baby will imitate the sound his or her mom’s voice!” I almost shouted, and then realized that the quality of the sound of the mom’s voice will make a difference too.
So I began to figure out how to take the powerful vocal skills that I have been teaching for years and break down the time-tested concepts to a level that could be grasped by an infant or even a baby in in the womb.
But the thing I realized was that everything depended on the mom’s interaction and participation.
And then I knew that if you, the mom, understood the importance of the quality of the sound of your voice on your child’s future, you could begin to do something about that quality while you were still pregnant.
So I coined the phrase “Puccini Effect” and began working on creating and producing enhanced prenatal and infant music for you, the mom, to start improving the sound of your voice right away!
Now I encourage you to get my free report, Baby Voice Advantage Secrets, so that you can learn even more about what you can with prenatal music or infant music to empower your child’s important voice development.