21 episodes

Lullabies are far cooler and more important than you may realise. The most important thing is that they are sung by YOU.  Think you can’t sing? Don’t know what to sing? Don’t know why it is important you DO sing? Then Lullaby: The First Steps is the podcast for you.

Lullabies have been part of all human cultures for centuries, and  babies want to hear YOUR voice, not a recording. Babies don’t care if can’t sing in tune. Your voice is familiar and that is enough.

Lullaby: The First Steps will gently guide you through how to sing lullabies from all over the world while you learn about the benefits that come from this for both you and the baby in your life.

Lullaby: The First Steps Podcast Marie van Gend in association with Morgan Media

    • Parenting

Lullabies are far cooler and more important than you may realise. The most important thing is that they are sung by YOU.  Think you can’t sing? Don’t know what to sing? Don’t know why it is important you DO sing? Then Lullaby: The First Steps is the podcast for you.

Lullabies have been part of all human cultures for centuries, and  babies want to hear YOUR voice, not a recording. Babies don’t care if can’t sing in tune. Your voice is familiar and that is enough.

Lullaby: The First Steps will gently guide you through how to sing lullabies from all over the world while you learn about the benefits that come from this for both you and the baby in your life.

    S1E19: Hushabye Mountain

    S1E19: Hushabye Mountain

    Ep19:  Hushabye Mountain. Written by the Sherman brothers for the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang it has lyrics and a melody that will soothe us all in these difficult times.

    • 18 min
    S1E18: Nangari Lullaby in the Darag Dalang language

    S1E18: Nangari Lullaby in the Darag Dalang language

    Ep 18: Nangari Lullaby in the Darag Dalang language by Aunty Jacinta Tobin. Earth dreaming, beautiful too

    • 14 min
    S1E17: Lullabies in NICU

    S1E17: Lullabies in NICU

    Ep17: Lullabies in the NICU. Having a baby in a neonatal intensive care unit can be very stressful for the whole family. This episode discusses how lullabies can be used to help soothe babies and parents.

    • 11 min
    S1E16: Sleep On (Lullaby for a Royal Baby)

    S1E16: Sleep On (Lullaby for a Royal Baby)

    Ep 16: Sleep On. Composed by Paul Mealor for Prince George, and sung by New Zealand singer, Hayley Westenra in her album Hushabye, this is a most beautiful modern lullaby.

    • 17 min
    S1E13: A Christmas Carol

    S1E13: A Christmas Carol

    Christmas episode: A Christmas Carol. A less common version of a favourite carol for the Christmas season. Merry Christmas

    • 12 min
    S1E16: Baba Waian

    S1E16: Baba Waian

    Ep 15: Baba Waian. A traditional song from the Torres Strait Islands

    • 11 min

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