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When can my baby start to hear me talking to it?

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1 year ago
I am currently 3-4 weeks pregnant. I often cath myself rubbing my stomach and talking to the baby but don't know if it can really hear me. Does anyone know when your baby can start to hear mommy and daddy?

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1 year ago
A baby's ears are developed enough to start hearing by about 20 weeks.
1 year ago
your unborn baby is not an "it". he or she is an actual person that just happens to be growing inside of your body.
1 year ago
I'm unsure of the answer to the question but I always have been a firm believer of our babies being babies at conception! Talk away friend ;0)
1 year ago
dont worry im only 8 weeks and this is my first. i talk to my baby all the time about everything. the way i feel, the way the babys daddy makes me feel. i even talk to my baby while im at work. i believe even though he or she aint all the way developed that he or she can hear me no matter what, but thats just me believeing what i believe.
9 months ago
<p>Pinkpaisley what would u call it at 4 weeks when u don't know what it is .. No one asked you rude ass bitch .. obviously she's talking to it so she knows its a person but when forming a sentence ya just don't know what to say when you don't know what it is .. U should keep your comments to yourself that was very rude ..
5 days ago
Im 7 weeks and i pray with, talk and sing to my baby. There are times when i allow relaxation music to play so that my lil one can hear it. I agree with Crissie...as soon as my baby was concieved....my baby was "my baby". its nice to know that im not the only person whos doing this. This is my first pregnancy and im a little nervous and anxious all at the same time. So if you ladies have any advice that will help.....I AM LISTENING!!! LOL!!!

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