Baby language, deciphered in Australia
An Australian mother claims to have deciphered the language of babies. More precisely, their buzz. The woman claims to have found, after 8 years of study, a solution for parents who are desperately trying to understand why their newborns are crying.
Australianca claims that he has deciphered 5 main sounds that the children of up to 3 months old make. After the birth of his son, Priscilla, who is a mezzo-soprano, began to note in a notebook different combinations of sounds. He then explored various techniques while observing the son's reactions.
Finally, he was able to recognize various patterns and identify how certain bumps meet certain needs. The mother in Australia argues that the logic of sound decryption is that all babies have the same needs that produce the same reflexes. Priscilla is testing her 8-year-old theory on the children of friends or relatives. The result was Dunstan's language, based on the idea that all babies articulate the same 5 sounds for 5 main needs.
I teach her the 5 daily words that every healthy baby normally says and that represents primary needs - hunger, fatigue, belching, bloating and discomfort. Currently, the woman teaches her parents after her study was released on DVD.
Read the whole article in: Antenna 3
December 05, 2006