A universal baby language was discovered when a baby boy named Tomas was given birth by Priscilla Dunstan. A music teacher Judith and university academic Max Dustan’s youngest daughter was born with what would later prove to be a rare memory for audio patterns.
She was able to unlock new possibilities that no parent has ever imagined.
To our surprise Tomas’ newborn infant sounds are later found, after an 8 year R&D program, to be made by all babies!
There were actually first language of humans which were naturally produced by different innate infant reflexes.
As baby Tomas grow, more languages are being determined and are taken note of. It was also discovered that the cries of babies convey an important form of communication. Each noise was not just an ordinary annoying noises, it has distinct purpose and meaning.
Dustan Baby Language or DBL on a purpose of giving importance to the cries produce by infants because they convey important messages.
A number of repetitive subtle sounds embedded in Tomas’s “pre-cries” were identified. These sounds indicated a specific need of Tomas.
These are some of the repetitive sounds that Tomas used to make regularly to meet some of his needs:
- NEH – Hunger
- EH – Upper wind (burp)
- EAIRH – Lower wind (gas)
- HEH – Discomfort (hot, cold, wet)
- OWH – Sleepiness
This might surely help parents whenever you will be hearing your babies make a noise.