The moment I knew I was pregnant, I slowly changed the things I do. I do play the piano occasionally and love listening to instrumental piano music. I've read that when you're pregnant, and you listen to classical music, the baby picks it up and music helps the baby's overall development.So I did this during the whole duration of my pregnancy and I noticed that my baby is somehow listening when I played music. What I did more is I play it on my phone and place the phone in my tummy while relaxing. When my son is 8 years old, i decided to purchase a portable keyboard and let him play on it. Since I knew a little how to play piano, I taught him a few notes to play with. Then I played to him Fur Elise and he got interested in it. He just asked me what was the first few notes and he kept playing with it. A few days passed, I suddenly noticed he was able to play the introduction of the song based on what he just heard on me playing. he doesn't know how to read a note, he doesn't know where the middle C is at the time and I was truly amazed that he all got it just by hearing it. I also noticed how he knows sounds immediately. His sense of hearing is strong. He can recognize the music immediately and he knows a lot of classical music. I mean, who knows a kid who has a playlist on Spotify that is pure classical music? And I don't even know half of it. This is where I realized that music, when we're pregnant really plays an important role in their development. His inclination now to different genre of music plays a big role for his growth and development. How about you? What were your experiences with music and pregnancy or child rearing?