It can help. Also, 'white noise', for instance when an unset tv channel is left on, or static sound from the radio can also help. You shouldn't be afraid to make a bit of noise around a sleeping baby. It comforts them to know there are things going on around them and you're only making a rod for your own back if you try to keep noise levels to a minimum from the very start.
Music is good for sleep and people in general. Everyone loves music, it can relax and sooth your soul
well i have two kids 1 is 2 and 1 is 8 months.
the older one sleeps with music every night
thebaby however wakes up from every noise so no music for him..
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