"Learn the Universal Language of Newborn Babies"01 December 2006
Dunstan Baby Language DVD:As seen recently on Oprah!Parenting a new born no longer has to be a guessing game. With the breakthrough Dunstan Baby Language parents can learn how to understand the meaning of their baby's cries.9 years of research followed what began as a mother's intuition.Now, the benefits of the Dunstan system are being experienced by parents throughout the world, including1. A happier baby who cries less and settles more easily2. More unbroken sleep for baby and for parents3. Parents feel more confident in their ability to care for their babyThe Dunstan Baby Language covers the 5 "words" that babies use to communicate their everyday needs; hunger, tiredness, need to burp, lower wind and discomfort. These "words" are based on physical reflexes. For instance when a baby is hungry it stars to suck, and as sound is added to the reflex the 'word' for hunger is produced.
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Have you watched Dunstan Baby Language yet? What did you think about it?