William B. Sallenbach, Ph.D., is a staff child therapist at the Gateway Center in Ketchikan, Alaska, part-time Instructor in Developmental Psychology for the University of Alaska, Southeast, and Director of the Institute for Prenatal Studies. For several years he has been working in the area of prenatal bonding and learning patterns and is currently studying cross-cultural variations. He also works with traumatized children and their families. This article reports on a unique and intensive observational study of his own child from week 34-36 in utero. It breaks new ground in the study of prenatal learning.