Have you ever had a crying baby, but could not, for the life of you, figure out what she needed? I think we’ve all been there. As parents, everyone experiences the heartbreak and frustration of not knowing what your baby is trying to tell you.
Priscilla Dunstan, founder of Dunstan Baby Language, has made an amazing discovery. According to Dunstan, all babies, regardless of gender, race, or ethnicity, make the same 5 sounds to express their need. By learning to decipher the sounds, you can determine whether your baby is hungry or has gas.
The 5 universal sounds or words are:
Neh- I’m hungry.
Owh- I’m sleepy.
Heh- I’m experiencing discomfort.
Eairh- I have lower gas.
Eh- I have upper gas.
To see Priscilla in action and to learn the different sounds, you can watch the clip below.