In my previous post on this topic, I mentioned having difficulty deciphering between the specific sounds highlighted by Patricia Dunstan’s Secret Language of Babies. For instance, “eh”, “neh” and “heh” all sound pretty similar to me. Most of the time I think it sounds like “eh”, but when I put Gareth onto my shoulder to burp him, it doesn’t necessarily work.
Upon the recommendation of Robobaby, I looked up some youtube videos on the Secret Language of Babies so I could listen to examples of the sounds made by babies relating to each specific need. I found the following videos to be particularly useful.
1. “Neh” means “I’m hungry”:
2. Deciphering the different sounds:
Check out the Dunstan Baby Language website for more information.