Belly headphones for moms-to-be: NE Ohio startup Mbrio focuses on in-utero music
In 2006, Julianne Klinger was pregnant with her first child with husband Jonathan. They were living in Jonathan’s native England, where midwives urge pregnant women to play music for their unborn babies to promote bonding.
Julianne looked for a device that would make it easy to play music to her baby in the womb. There were headphones that stretched over her belly, harnesses with speakers and tiny speakers that attached with sticky pads. All were too complicated or too messy.
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Story excerpt provided Cleveland.com.
Written by Julie Washington.
Originally published March 8, 2020.
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