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    Does anyone know of good mobile phone apps which play bedtime sounds and lullabies for babies? I'd like to explore hearing music/sounds to help me get to sleep.

    I thought about this as an idea, as Ive recently seen a demonstration of Amazon Alexa, where an Alexa skill was used to play bedtime stories, lullabies and soothing sounds, for kids to get into the bedtime routine and sleep. I certainly plan on gettign an Echo, amd hope to try this out too!

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    For Nursery songs; you might check out Netflix. They have a little show on there called "Little Baby Bum". They have other cute baby shows on there as well. But "Little Baby Bum" is one of my favorites when I'm in little space.

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    You could try Spotify. They have an extensive selection of nature noises and classical lullabies intended to lull children and adults to sleep.

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    I have an itunes playlist of little music which includes lullabies, they have a wide variety, including some I wasn't sure if I'd be able to find.

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    Oh, please share it Wuggle! Pretty please? With sugar on top?

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