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Article: There's Something About Baby . . .

There's Something About Baby . . .

You have your bundles of joy...we have our own, too!  .         .    Rockabye has a vast selection of bundles with lullabies to move yours to zzzzzs, clothes to show their rocker sides-and even cool mugs to show yours! From our fan-created Godfathers of Rock Gift Set and limited edition Good Day, Goodnight Bundle with mug to the Foo Fighters Premium Bundle with mug and toddler T-shirt, there's a Rockabye bundle sure to please you, or the parent or rocker-in-training in your life. See them all by clicking below!

One lucky fan can win one of our bundles today! Will it be you? Just answer the question below:

Why does your bundle of joy rock?

Post your answer in the comment box by 6 p.m. PT today-(and don't forget to include your email address so we have a way to get in contact with you!)-to enter our random giveaway for our Godfathers of Rock Gift Set.

Now go on and tell us:  "My bundle of joy rocks because . . ."

CONTEST CLOSED: Thank you to everyone below who participated. Be sure to check back for more chances to win awesome Rockabye Baby gifts! Congratulations to Lorraine!!! 


ever since the womb he was rockin and rollin came out with full head of hair that wen into a natural hawk! born to rock!


My bundle of joy rocks because he has excellent taste in music. Only Rockabye Baby puts him to sleep quickly, he (and I) have no patience for the cheesy kids music!


My tot is a rockstar because she plays the drums, loves the Foo Fighters and asked me if we could make her room into an Octopus Garden after seeing Yellow Submarine.


My bundle of joy rocks because I’m certain her coos are an attempt to sing along to the music!


Because she is the youngest of 5 and has a Coastie Dad who is always gone serving our county who loves listening to Rockabye Baby music while playing with her toys and swinging in her swing!


he is always so happy and playful and loves to laugh and play!!

Debbie H

My little girl is a total rock star & loves to rock out! Everyday when I was pregnant I listened to KISS & other great music. We play KISS for her to clam down when she’s crying she just LOVES music. She even has a favorite song already Smoke On The Water. She def ROCKS!

Dani Madden

My bundles of joy (2 kids now!) rock simple because they have an uncanny love of music, and when they hear the first beats of anything from AC/DC to the Beatles to Pink Floyd, they sit there and bop along in sheer bliss! Their smiles light up their faces, and it is so infectious to not want to “rock out” as we call it, with them! Plus, as sisters, they get along so famously well! I swear one of them is going to be a rock star when older!


My bundle of joy ROCKS because when she’s having a cry the Kings of Leon is part of the calming down routine. Anytime shes upset in the car Kings of Leon delivers with their baby soothing sound :P


My bundle of joy rocks because she has the moves like Jagger. When she shakes, rattles and rolls to the music she smiles and it lights up the sky.

Alana Fenwick

My bundle of joy rocks because I remember listening to the Cure, the Misfits, Johnny Cash, etc. And 2 years later, my little man still loves to jam out to all the greats! My bundle of joy ROCKS my world!

Desiree S.

My bundle of joy rocks because she totally jams out to Bob Marley and some other great classic rock in the car. If I change the station to something else, she’ll stop moving. When I switch back, she starts moving again.

JoAnna Braker

My bundle of joy rocks because she is more than I could every imagine and brightens my day evryday!


My bundle of joy rocks because he is the kindest little boy. He loves his family and pets. He always keeps me smiling. The sunshine in my life :)


My baby girl rock because my wife and I were at a Pearl Jam show in Cleveland on May 9th,2010 and found a little baby Pearl Jam onesie and decided that night we were going to try for our first child. 2 years to the date on May 9th, 2012,our first daughter was born! Now she falls asleep with one of many Rockabye baby cd’s.

Mike L.

My bundle of joy rocks.. because from day 1, we’ve been pumping Rock-a-bye Baby! tracks 24/7 in her room. A year later and she’s already recognizing the originals, laughing and shaking her hands to the sweet sounds of Robert Plant and Led Zeppelin!


My bundle of joy rocks because he’s always smiling and making others happy. He loves to listen to all his Rockabye Baby cd’s (which he’s been listening to since birth)! We just got him his first piano, and at 8 months old, he’s a natural musician! Maybe someday you’ll be making a Rockabye Baby album after him :)

Melissa D.

Our bundle of joy responds to music in the car, on tv and online. But she really starts to move and entertains when she hears the Rockabye Baby tunes! Van Halen and the Stones really get her goin’, which is hysterical, as well as U2, Journey & Queen. She’s a rocker at just 14 mos.!!

Dean M

My little girl Zoey rocks because she has always responded well to music, (both in the womb and out) by kicking, smiling, and bouncing, and she particularly likes Hall & Oates, the Doobie Brothers and The Police.

On a non-music related note, she also takes after me by liking old school arcade games. She eagerly watches me play ’80s classics like Pac-Man, Galaxian, and Centipede, intensely studying every pixel and zap!

Kyle S.

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