{info} Dunstan Baby Language



Waowwww….it’s just amazing. Rasanya motherhood jadi lebih mudah kalo udah mengerti apa sih arti tangisan si baby…especially for new mommy 😀
It was created by Priscilla Dunstan, a gifted musician from Australia, who believed her own son Tom’s cries had meaning. Over time she recognized patterns, and identified how specific cries had a distinct need attached to them.

Afterward, she tested her discovery with over 1,000 babies of 30 different nationalities. The testing confirmed that she’d discovered something entirely new – the universal language of babies.

On the Dunstan Baby Language DVDs, you’ll learn the 5 cries newborns use to tell you their needs from the day they’re born: whether they’re hungry, need burping, have gas, are tired, or simply uncomfortable. There are numerous examples to help “tune your ear”, plus input from parents who’ve already learned the system.

neh means hungry so we need to feed our baby
owh means sleepy or tired so we need to help our baby fall asleep
eh means upper wind so we need to burp our baby
eairh means lower wind so we need to massage and colic holds to remove air bubbles
heh means uncomfortable so we need to check if baby is too hot or cold, check for wet diaper, change our baby’s position

so for new mommies out there…this definitely worth to buy 😉

source & photo credit:
slumber sounds
Dunstan Baby System


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