Dunstan Baby Language -- Learn the universal language of newborn babies
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'Nothing is as thrilling as becoming a new mom', says Dr. Maureen O Brien, PhD, child development expert and best selling author of Watch Me Grow: I'm One-Two-Three. 'And nothing is as daunting as having a crying newborn. Mothers everywhere know the feeling of enormous love and responsibility that is the hallmark of becoming a new parent. When I first encountered the work of Dunstan Baby in 2006, the story had already caught the attention of key influencers and the media worldwide, including Oprah Winfrey. I was captivated by the System's potential to empower new parents. To be able to listen and know what an infant needs would revolutionize the experience of parenting... from trial and error (lots of error!) to calm and confident caregiving. It would enable parents to develop a deeper bond of understanding, love and trust with their baby and also with each other. What better way to support new families...' --Dr. Maureen O'Brien, Child Development Expert and Published Author
'Moms say it really works.' - parenting.com --parenting.com
'As parents we want to think that we know what's best for the baby. Based on the System, the baby is telling us some very basic things that he needs...and we just have to respond. It's brought Caleb and I closer and without a doubt it's brought my wife and myself even closer.' Eddie father of Caleb --Eddie, father of Caleb
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The Dunstan Baby Language was first introduced to the public on the Oprah Winfrey Show in November 2006. The Baby Language was developed following 8 years of research and observation of over 1000 babies in 7 countries. Now used by millions of new parents the world over.
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I too saw the overview of this on Oprah, however I disagree with some of the other people that the Oprah episode was enough for them to learn it all. I think the disk gives a wider variety of babies making the sounds so I can definitely recognize the sounds more readily after listening to the DVD lesson, as where after finishing the Oprah episode I knew the words but couldn't really recognize them being made by a baby.
With that said, I got my set of the DVDs (two come in one case for those of you who are wondering) used from a library on here so it was only $4.99 plus shipping.
If I couldn't have found it used on here, I would've looked somewhere else to buy them just because $30+/- is kind of a lot even though I think this information is very valuable!
The testimonials aren't necessary. I payed for the instructions, not what other people may think about the product...
The information is good but I wish there were WAY MORE examples of the different sounds.
Our grand-baby never fusses much thus so far nobody really used the Dunstan tape.
By the time you need it you forgot what it was all about. I posted the card on the wall but honestly, I can't hear the difference between the cries...
We must be "hearing dyslexic" in our family.
If you can borrow this tape, borrow it. I was thinking to lend it to my church sisters.
I am sure many other families benefit from this but so far it hasn't done much for us.
If things change I will update this review.
Update: baby is 11 months old now. Daughter never used the tape, listened to it but I guess her baby was a super good baby to begin with and really didn't benefit from the d.v.d
All you really need to know are the basics -- there are different cries, they mean this, and here are examples (actually the examples of real babies was the most helpful part). Her tips for meeting the needs of each cry were, honestly, laughable to us. ("This is how you can feed your baby" -- duh!) While it was a bit basic for my husband and me, I could see the tips part of the video being very valuable as part of an education program for teen parents or first-time parents who have no clue what they are doing.
We have found knowing the "neh" and "eh" cries to be very helpful in caring for our 6-week-old daughter, and I'm glad I came across this material. I would recommend that others borrow a dvd or surf you-tube to find all they need to know, though.