Covering the first three sounds and Priscilla's story, this lesson will help your clients understand their baby and the crys and sounds they make.
Included chapters in this lesson are: Priscillas’ Story, Welcome, "neh" means feed me, "owh" means tired, "eh" means burp me.
Dunstan baby language comes from Priscilla Dunstan, who was born with the unusual gift of a photographic memory for sounds. She could hear patterns in sounds no one else could hear.
When her son, Tom, was born, she found a special use for her ability. The Dunstan Baby Language DVD teaches parents the five cries all newborns use to communicate their everyday needs.
You’ll know when your baby is hungry, tired, needs burping, has lower wind, or is simply uncomfortable.
You’ll settle your baby faster, resulting in a happier baby who sleeps longer and cries less.