Watch as This Unborn Baby Jumps in the Womb as Dad Blows Raspberries on Mom’s Tummy

National   |   Sarah Zagorski   |   May 8, 2015   |   3:14PM   |   Washington, DC

In a priceless video, a father teases his unborn daughter by making raspberry noises against his pregnant wife’s stomach. The child is obviously startled by her father because she is seen moving in her mother’s womb.

According to the Daily Mail, unborn babies can begin hearing low-pitched sounds around 23-weeks but one week later they can make out high pitched noises such as voices, car alarms, and mobile phones. Additionally, studies show that an unborn babies heart rate increases when they hear their mother’s voice.

This video came out right after researchers discovered that cell phone ringers can interrupt the sleep-and-wake cycle of unborn babies. As LifeNews previously reported, unborn babies can also learn nursery rhymes from their mom’s while still in the womb. A study published in Infant Behavior and Development revealed that if the mom repeats the verses between weeks 28 and 34, their child would learn to recognize the tune.

Watch the couple’s reaction to their daughter’s movement in the video below.