The Baby Blog
The impact of the baby language When mothers who learned the baby language...
You've heard "Owh". What now? Once you've learned the Baby Language, you'll...
So why does everything your baby eat seem to come right back up? It has to do...
From the minute our little bundles of joy enter the world, their brains are constantly growing and developing. At birth, a baby’s brain has very few connections and ‘hard wirings’.
This is a beautiful, wondrous time of your life. But it's also incredibly...
Nervous about burping your baby? Not sure how she ended up face down and sideways? Just looking for a basic how-to? Well, not to worry! Burping your baby is an important part of infant care, and we can help!
Bed-sharing can be perfectly safe. The taboos that surround bed-sharing with your baby can be much more dangerous. Midwives, health visitors and doctors all give the same advice.
If there is one thing universal to mums around the world, it’s this simple observation. No matter how much you treasure his tiny toes and cute chuckles, he won’t stay a baby forever!
The real skill of Dunstan Baby Language – once you have mastered the sounds of the words that is – is to differentiate between when your baby is trying to communicate, and when they are just making random sounds.
Who we are and how we react to the world can be tied to what is called temperament. Temperament is the our way of being in the world based on our biology and influenced some by our experiences. Learning to read your baby’s cues early on offers insights into her temperament
By the time he is 3 years old, his brain has grown to a full 80% size of an adult brain. This is incredible growth, in just 3 years. How does the brain work, and how can we foster this development?
As a Montessorian, I firmly believe in Dr. Maria Montessori’s words: “follow the child.” However when my first two children were infants, I was still figuring out their needs and how to respond.
Infant Colic is persistent crying of a baby The “Rule of Threes” is used to...
Nine months of anticipation can be nerve-wracking. Which is why expectant first-time mothers immerse themselves in reading, facebook groups and online chat rooms.
The baby language techniques developed by Priscilla Dunstan have made a huge impacts on the lives on mothers all around the world. And these methods have also put countless thousands of fathers at ease as well.
Here are some of the more frequently asked questions we receive relating to learning the Dunstan Baby Language System. If after reviewing the FAQs you still have a question please email us and we’ll reply promptly.
Our views are simple: Crying hurts. We all cry for a reason. Less crying, the better. When possible, prevent inconsolable crying. We know that the Dunstan Baby Language can help prevent unnecessary crying.