Secret Baby Language

My husband discovered an amazing video on YouTube yesterday that might save your time and energy when handling your baby. I don't know if some of you have heard of it before but I think it's worth sharing here.

It's called Dunstan baby language and was discovered by Priscilla Dunstan, an amazing lady gifted with an acoustic photographic memory. She claimed that all babies in the world speak the same language through their cries and convey their needs through it.

After watching the video astonishingly, Aqil's cries meet exactly as being described. I now can distinguish his needs based on his cries. He rarely cries without reason and whenever he cries, I know something is wrong so using the Dunstan language, I can respond to his needs faster and better.

It's awesome, isn't it?


Hampshire Mummy said...

My MIL passed me this in 2010 when I was expecting my first child. It worked like wonders in the first 3 months, after which my little girl went on to say "emm" like the m sound when hungry.

All the best, MummyMoose!

sumpit said...

I found out abt this early this year and was so prepared when adel came along, but sadly, my ears arent sharp enough to differentiate the sounds... boohoo to me...

Mrs Kecik said...

Awal2 boleh jugak guna..lama2 ko akan paham sendiri apa anak ko nak..tp dh tak bunyi camni sgt. Aku penah post jugak dulu ni..