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#1 of 3 Old 12-01-2008, 01:06 PM - Thread Starter
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I guess my daughter's hearing works okay (at least in the womb). We have a guy here today who is installing laminate. Everytime he hammers, she starts kicking like crazy!

I'm going to start hitch a speaker pillow up to my Ipod and put it to my belly to see what happens.

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awww. My little one likes (or maybe she doesn't ) when I sing Itsy bitsy spider with my preschool class, she goes nuts!

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I think Amelia's immune to noise. She doesn't react at all anymore when DS or DD throw tantrums or yell. : That could bode well for sleeping through the chaos! :

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