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Marie van Gend in association with Morgan Media
The First Steps Podcast
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...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 48 ratings
Lullabies- the first steps
I love this podcast because it has calmed me during this difficult time. I recently got a young cat and it’s been healing for her after a former life being tortured by 3 dogs! Vista Montana
Vista Montana via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/04/20
Love it!
Really soothing even for me, a woman with no babies! I do have a niece & nephew with whom I only speak in Italian, would be fabulous if you could share an Italian nursery rhyme in coming episodes :)
BossBinka via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/03/20
Truly wonderful
It’s so important to sing to children.
LHBfans via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/11/19
Recent Episodes
Ep7: Hayley’s Lullaby. An original lullaby for Hayley, it is inspired by the zulu word, thula, which means peace.
Published 02/18/21
Ep 6: The Valley Below. This beautiful and moving song is the result of a community project run by sisters Oneewa and Shara. They consulted with twelve women who had experienced post natal depression or anxiety and created The Valley Below as an expression of their shared experience and are...
Published 11/30/20
Ep 5: The Midwife’s Lullaby. Written specially for midwives, in recognition of the important relationship they have with both babies and their parents. The first verse is also a simple lullaby perfect for anyone to sing to a baby.
Published 10/27/20
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