This article makes me think of the Dunstan Baby Language research. Which is based on the theory that every newborn communicates from birth to 3 months uses 5 distinct sounds that signal hunger, tiredness, need to burp, lower wind/gas and discomfort. This is regardless of the language their parents speak. It is not a learned language.
According to Dunstan there are 5 'words' that you can learn to recognise to help you identify what your baby wants! Have a look on You Tube, there are some videos explaining this further.
Posted: 30/03/2011 at 18:36