Have nannies and au pairs tried Dunstan Baby Language?
Have you heard about Dunstan Baby Language on Oprah or while attending Nannypalooza this October?
Priscilla Dunstan discovered that every newborn communicates from birth to three months using five distinct sounds that signal hunger, tiredness, need to burp, lower gas, and discomfort. This is regardless of the language their parents speak. It is not a learned language. Rather, it is a natural way for every baby to express their physical needs based on baby’s physical responses, called reflexes.
For example, when a baby is hungry it will start to suck, and as sound is added to the reflex, the ‘word’ for hunger is produced which is, "Neh." These are the baby’s first communications, which occur before actual crying develops. The sooner the ‘word’ for hunger is identified the sooner a parent can respond by feeding, resulting in less crying and less discomfort for baby and for parents and caregivers.
Have you ever studied Dunstan Baby Language?