Healing Through Music: Spotlight and Giveaway on Darling Lullabies

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Little Darling was born from the belief that singing has the power to heal and to help create harmony in our lives. In recent years, pediatric research has shown clinical evidence supporting the healing power of song, showing that soft, soothing singing without instrumentation, combined with the calming sounds of breath and natural silence, can reduce children’s heart rates, improve sleep and perk up feeding pattern. Inspired by science, Little Darling is an organization dedicated to creating accessible therapeutic singing as a way to restore balance, prevent pain, and enhance feelings of comfort and safety.

One of the most accessible ways to replicate that intimate and affectionate environment of being sung to, is through a cappella lullaby recordings. Little Darling produced their first album, Darling Lullabies, in 2014. A second album, Canciones De Cuna, featuring all Spanish songs from over 4+ countries will be released in the Spring of 2017.

You can purchase and download MPS’s of Darling Lullabies through Amazon and  Itunes. The USB Albums can be purchased on Etsy, and a Darling Lullabies station is also available on Pandora.

Learn more about  Little Darling on the website or follow them on Facebook and Instagram

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Lisa Darling has been singing her way through life since she was a little girl. Some of her fondest memories include singing with her nana, granddad, mom and sister to old lullabies, show tunes and war songs, many of which she still knows by heart and continue to provide a great deal of comfort to this day. Her passion for singing and sharing her songs of kin grew after uncovering clinical evidence in the U.S. and abroad showing medicinal benefits from the use of lullabies in Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Units. Being in the medical sales industry for several years and working alongside Child Life Specialists around the country, Lisa realized the relevancy of this data and became inspired to help children heal through singing in her own way. As her enthusiasm for this work grew, so did her knowledge and understanding of just how influential music’s vibrations are to fostering healing, improving balance and promoting overall wellness in our daily lives. Little Darling was created to combine her passion for therapeutic singing and her drive to support and advocate for improving wellness through singing. Lisa now offers therapeutic singing to palliative care patients as well as adults with special needs. She currently reside in Brooklyn, New York.

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We will be giving away 5 albums to some lucky winners!
Choose one or more ways to enter:

1. Sign up for email notifications at ChildLifeMommy.com and leave comment below.

2. Facebook: Follow Child Life Mommy and tag a friend.

3. Facebook: Follow Little Darling Music 123 and leave a comment about the giveaway.

4. Twitter: Follow, Like and RT the post to @ChildLifeMommy

5. Instagram: Follow @ChildLifeMommy, Like and tag a friend in the post

Good Luck! Winner will be chosen 3/15/17

Winners

6 responses to “Healing Through Music: Spotlight and Giveaway on Darling Lullabies

  1. Hi Shani and Lisa, As Shani says – this is a delightful album of lullabies for children! Lisa does a beautiful job… ❤Patty Good luck

    Patty Weiner Pbwchild@aol.com

    NY- (212) 828 – 3927 Cell- (516) 567-4323

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Good luck to all! Lisa’s charming
    Children’s lullabies are lovely. How
    lovely of Shani Thornton giving
    Cd’s of Darling Lullabies!
    Warmly,
    Patty Weiner

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