B is for Baby Cries #A2ZChallenge

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“Everything you say to your child is absorbed, catalogued and remembered.”  ‒ Maria Montessori

When Miss A was born, my parents had a complete guide book for understanding the baby language. Wondering whether I am talking in Greek, then no! They actually bought the book Dunstan Baby Language along with its DVD.

When I was born, my mother was going back and forth on her rectangular black box, checking for what the sounds meant. With me she took it for granted that she would remember it. And can you believe it that even after writing a blog on it she did not remember the baby language. I guess she is growing old ?

Before I go ahead, let me explain to you about ‘The Dunstan Baby Language’. This language was introduced by Pricilla Dunstan. According to her, infants from 0-3 months make sound reflexes. She says that an adult experiences reflexes such as hiccups…

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