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  • Baby Doppler Rental - Part 2

    BabyBeat Blog

    Peace of Mind. That is what BabyBeat is about.

    The BabyBeat with Recorder was recently reviewed by Becca at The Paro Post. She has had her share of scares this pregnancy for sure – and has found some great relief with the BabyBeat Doppler. Reading through her blog posts, my thoughts wondered back to my own pregnancies and notes that we at BabyBeat have received from customers. Pregnancy is such a wondrous, yet scary adventure. Is there even one day that passes that you don’t worry about something going on within your body? Isn’t making it through the pregnancy to see that bundle some kind of miracle?
    The comments and cards that we receive from customers of BabyBeat are what truly makes running this company for the past 13 (whoo hoo!!) years so incredible. This company was started from the heart – not from a business plan. I am so touched by our customers – I have laughed and cried on the phone and over emails alike. My heart has broken for lost babies (including one of my own). But sharing the joys of the successes is what it is all about. When a family has that joy of hearing the little one. When a baby’s life is saved due to hearing the distress in it’s heartbeat. Just bringing peace of mind to moms and dads and families, that is what it is all about!

    Effect of Recession on US Birth Rate

    Research shows that fewer babies are born during a recession.  Children are often the most expensive item in a family’s budget. So, in 2008 birth rates started to decline after rising to their highest levels in two decades. In 2007, the US birth rate broke a 50-year record high, set during the baby boom. But in 2008 births began to decline by nearly 2 percent.

    Figures from the National Center for Health Statistics, show that births declined in all but 10 states in 2008 compared with the year before. Overall, 4,247,000 births were recorded in 2008, 68,000 fewer than the year before. In 2009, as more people were seeing the effects of layoffs and economic uncertainty, births decreased even faster.

    Historically, birth rates have fluctuated with the economy. Record lows were recorded during two economic crises: the Depression in the 1930s and the Arab oil embargo in the 1970s. From data collected, the birth rate seems to have leveled off since the sharp decrease in 2008/2009, with 13.83 births per 1000.

    BabyBeat… helping reduce the stress of pregnancy

    We all know that stress is a fact of life – and definitely more so when you are pregnant. Now you are not only stressing about yourself, the rest of your family and of course the rest of the world – you are also stressing (sometimes greatly) about this little unborn baby inside you.  Just being pregnant can cause a fair amount of stress, even when everything is going great with the pregnancy. Worry during pregnancy is not a huge problem – more, the problem is long term stress during pregnancy.

    Researchers have concluded that the stress hormone cortisol is found as early as the seventeenth week of pregnancy. They also measured the amounts of cortisol in the mother’s blood. When levels of cortisol were found to be higher in the mother, they were also higher in the amniotic fluid levels. Normally, cortisol helps the body deal with stress appropriately. However, long term exposure for a fetus is unknown. We know that long term exposure in adults can lead to depression, illness and exhaustion. This then can lead to poor health including high blood pressure, ulcers and heart disease.

    Studies have shown that cognitive functioning of the baby can be affected, even later in life. They have shown that babies with higher cortisol exposure levels in utero had lower IQs at 18 months. Others have indicated that this stress may also lead to an increased risk of developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

    This certainly does not prove that every little amount of stress you have during pregnancy is going to harm your baby. It is recommended to do things that lower your stress level. Try to stay relaxed as much as possible during your pregnancy. This is where BabyBeat can help. The BabyBeat Fetal Dopplers all allow you to listen in to your growing baby while in utero. The peace of mind that is given from hearing your baby’s heartbeat is unmeasureable. The feeling of joy at hearing the thumping of that little heart beat can not be compared. Of course, hearing your baby’s heartbeat is not the only indicator of fetal well-being. You need to continue to make note of fetal movement and other indicators your doctor has you noting. So, if you need a little “stress relief” during your pregnancy, just give BabyBeat a try!

    Mother’s Day – What does it mean to us mothers?

    Mother’s Day  is an annual holiday that recognizes all mother’s – living and dead, motherhood and maternal bonds in general. It also celebrates all the positive contributions that women have made to society. It is celebrated in different months around the world – usually in March, April or May (but does spread throughout the year in different countries). In the United States it is celebrated on the second Sunday in May.

    Mother’s day in the US was created by a woman named Anna Jarvis in 1908 as a day to honor one’s mother.  Jarvis wanted to accomplish her mother’s (Ann Jarvis’) dream of making a celebration for all mothers. Anna kept promoting the holiday until President Woodrow Wilson made it an official national holiday in 1914. At first, people observed Mother’s Day by attending church, writing letters to their mothers, and eventually, by sending cards, presents, and flowers. With the increasing gift-giving activity associated with Mother’s Day, Anna Jarvis became enraged. She believed that the day’s sentiment was being sacrificed at the expense of greed and profit. In 1923 she filed a lawsuit to stop a Mother’s Day festival, and was even arrested for disturbing the peace at a convention selling carnations for a war mother’s group. Before her death in 1948, Jarvis is said to have confessed that she regretted ever starting the mother’s day tradition.

    Mother’s Day has continued to grow in its commercialism. It is now the most popular holiday to dine out in the United States. And telephone lines record the highest volume on this day.

    So maybe this mother’s day is a good time to look beyond the commercial aspect of the holiday – and look again at the roots. To celebrate all mother’s. To thank mother’s for their giving and nurturing. To look at our own mothers and mother-figures in our lives and what ways they have changed and added to our lives. And to give them thanks!

    BabyBeat review by momandmore.com

    The BabyBeat Fetal Doppler has received a rave review by Cher of momandmore.com.

    With her surprise third pregnancy Cher was feeling a bit anxious. And BabyBeat provided some much needed relief! Cher’s placenta is lying in front of the baby – which is actually pretty common in customer’s that rent the BabyBeat Dopplers. An anterior placenta makes it harder for the mother to feel the baby’s kicks and movements. However, this also sometimes makes it harder to pick up the baby’s heartbeat with a Doppler. Normally we recommend mother’s wait a bit longer than the normal 10-12 weeks to use the Doppler if this is the case. Normally if you have heard the baby’s heartbeat at the doctor’s office with their Doppler, you will have no trouble finding the heartbeat at home with the BabyBeat Doppler.
    Cher also liked having the BabyBeat Doppler with Display/Recorder so she did not have to count the heartrate to be sure of the correct beats per minute. This unit is very easy to use and allows you to use the recorder feature to save your baby’s precious heartbeat for a lifetime.

    Check out the momandmore.com blog when you get a chance. It is a great read – and she has a ton of great reviews and giveaways. Enjoy!

    Adventures of the Stay At Home Mom reviews BabyBeat

    Paranoid mom meets heartbeat – I LOVE this title! Aren’t we all paranoid moms? Expecting moms, new moms, old moms – we all live with that touch a paranoia. I know for me it’s any call that comes in from where ever my children may be. I HATE seeing the school call in the middle of the day, my mother call when she is babysitting, etc. And yes… I was a very paranoid mom-to-be. And I LOVED hearing that thumping little beat coming at me from the BabyBeat Doppler!

    Alyssa was pleasantly surprised at how easy the unit was to use. But the moment that she treasured most was that she and her husband were able to hear the baby’s heartbeat for the first time together in the peace of her own home.

    After using the BabyBeat Doppler for several months, Alyssa has nothing but good things to say about the BabyBeat. The Doppler reassured her in moments of worry, allowed her to bond with the little life inside of her, and lowered her level of paranoia!

    Alyssa also worked with BabyBeat to offer one of her blog readers a 3-month free doppler rental! Congratulations to that lucky, lucky winner. Hope that you enjoy the BabyBeat Doppler as much as all our happy customers. Let us know!

    BabyBeat Doppler reviewed by Frugal Wife Blog!

    The BabyBeat with Display, model BB200 was recently reviewed by mom blogger, Saph, at Frugal Wife Blog. She is a wife and mom to a 4 year old with another on the way. She has some great ideas for living frugally and getting out of debt. I thought she had some great ideas and links to bargain sites. Definitely worth checking out!

    She loved using the BabyBeat Display to listen to her unborn baby’s heartbeat – and also to share this joy with her husband and daughter. BabyBeat is offering a 10% discount for all of her blog followers – simply use the code FW10 for your discount on all the Dopplers at babybeat.com.

    Win a 3-month trial of a BabyBeat Doppler

    Here is your chance to win a 3-month free trial of a BabyBeat Doppler! The BabyBeat BB150A was recently reviewed by blogger Real Mom Reviews – Just a real mom reviewing real stuff! Skye is a VERY busy momma – taking care of 6 children, with number 7 on the way. And still having time to review new products and keep her blog fresh. She has some great reviews and giveaways of cool baby products.

    Skye says her kids loved to hear their little brother’s heartbeat – and listen to their own as well. The BabyBeat Doppler is a great tool to help older siblings bond with their new baby before birth. She also loved the built-in recorder in the BabyBeat Doppler. You can record baby’s heartbeat right into the Doppler. This makes it easy to later transfer the recording to your home computer for saving or emailing to family and friends.

    If you would like the chance (or many if you follow multiple entry options) to receive a 3-month free trial of the BabyBeat Doppler, simply follow the directions on Real Mom Reviews.

    MommyDop gets reviewed by Mama’s Getting Kinda Crunchy

    The MommyDop Doppler was recently reviewed by Mama’s Getting Kinda Crunchy. Danielle is a self-proclaimed attached, baby wearing, breastfeeding, cloth diapering, homeschooling Mama. And she loves every second of it! She is mom to two kiddos with the 3rd on the way.

    Danielle didn’t start picking up the heartbeat with the MommyDop until around 12 weeks, which is a pretty common time to hear it. She does say she started looking at about 9 weeks, however. Some women can hear the heartbeat around this time, but we suggest 10-12 weeks. Danielle enjoyed being able to listen to her baby every day, giving a sense of calm. She loves this since she has not felt this baby move nearly as early as she was able to feel the other two.

    Danielle also helped BabyBeat offer a free MommyDop give-away to one of her followers. What a lucky winner! We hope that you enjoy the MommyDop as much as Danielle did!

    MommyDop Doppler Reviewed by Take time to smell the rose

    The MommyDop Doppler by BabyBeat was given a outstanding review by Take time to smell the rose. Chari was given a MommyDop fetal Doppler to use and review. As well as a unit to give away to a blog follower (we’d love to hear the winner’s review on the unit as well!)

    Take time to smell the rose is a fun blog to follow – Chari is a SAHM with one son, expecting baby number 2. Her blog has some great reviews, recommendations and giveaways! She has some great tips and ideas for us mommies. Her latest blog on menu planning was a great read for me. Yes, with four kids I feel like I have a large family, and I feel like I need a little more logistics going on! And menu planning would be great for me. I do cook family meals every night – and we eat together as a family nightly (working around numerous schedules!). I work hard to offer healthy yet tasty meals for my family. However, I am awful at planning! This means I make numerous trips to the grocery store in a week. I think I will make a (mini) New Year’s resolution to plan meals ahead better and make fewer trip to the store. Wish me luck!