How to Communicate with Your Newborn -
I was around 6 months pregnant when I learned about a baby language that allows communication between newborn
and parent. I'm always open to new things and I decided to research this method. I studied it over and over until our daughter was born. By the time she was born, I could hear the sound distinctions easily. I'm a stay-at-home mom which allowed me to continue this communication with her. I knew when she was hungry, sleepy, uncomfortable and more. There are 5 distinct sounds that a baby makes which lets you know what they need. Since I had this communication with her, I was able to give her what she needed and this resulted in a happy baby, which equals a happy Mommy and Daddy! I highly recommend this to every expectant parent.
Learn Dunstan Baby Language – Birth to 3 months old
Communication is extremely important. We continued the Dunstan Baby Language until she was 3 months old because it doesn't work too much after that.
At 3 months old I started another method to communicate with her, learn more about that here.
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