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My child and I instantly felt relaxed listening to Sea Lullaby. I am a beach lover so the ocean sounds in the background were perfect for me. In harmony with the ocean sounds, there are beautiful, relaxing lullabies playing. What I love even more is that the lullabies vary and it’s not the same thing playing over and over like some other skills. My child went to sleep before the first lullaby was over and I soon followed! I set the sleep timer to make sure we had enough time to fall into a deep sleep with no interruptions! I highly reccomend this skill if you want to hear relaxing lullabies with hints of the ocean!!
If you love the beach and open water as my wife and I do, then this skill will make you feel like you're at the beach or at sea as the waves lap against the sides of the boat. We both love the sounds and the music especially at night.