Baby Sing Christmas

image I have been playing music to my little tiddlers since they were little wrigglers in my tummy and they both love music as much as their Mummy. When we are at home we tend to have the iPod playing more than the TV, we like to dance around the kitchen and have lots of fun but when it comes to bedtime we are to have something a little less energetic. Little Bean and Beanie Boy generally listen to classical or nursery rhymes but since we were sent Baby Sing Christmas to review Little Bean hasn’t let it leave the confines of her CD player.

Baby Sing Christmas is a great new Christmas album to help get you into the Christmas spirit, even better if you will be celebrating baby’s first Christmas this year! It is great to hear music which hasn’t been overproduced with synthetic sounds, just real vocals teamed with traditional instruments.

There are some great tracks to choose from (see below) but Little Bean’s favourite is Santa Claus is coming to town because she will be singing it with her friends at their pre-school Christmas Concert next weekend (and Cafebebe will now be able to join us along with new baby Sam!!).

Baby Sing Christmas comes from Music For Baby which is a small independent record label, run by a husband and wife team. Music For Baby specialise in music to support development and activities from pre-natal to toddler and beyond. Music is a great way to help improve concentration, sleep, movement, memory, learning and emotional development.

Track Listing

Let it snow – It’s the most wonderful time of the year – Away in a manger – Winter wonderland – Santa Claus is coming to town – All I want for Christmas is you – Silent night – Here comes Santa Claus – O Christmas Tree – Rudolf the red nosed reindeer – Jingle bells – Frosty the snowman – We wish you a merry Christmas and Bonus Tracks (remixes with additional vocals) – Here comes Santa Claus – All I want for Christmas is you – Silent night – Jingle Bells – We wish you a merry Christmas.

This fab album is available to buy now from

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