Singing lullabies to your baby improves their ability to talk. Sally Goddard Blythe, a neuropsychologist,has found it prepares your child’s ear,voice and brain for language.

The evidence in this study does appear to be substantially in favour of supporting the hypothesis of the development of early onset speaking ability, both in diction, vocabulary and underlying syntax, commented Pippa (test subject) aged 15 months . She then proceeded to suck her thumb , twiddle her hair and sing three verses of baa lamb baa lamb, where dat baa lamb gone?..


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  1. custardfroggy
    May 28, 2011 @ 14:43:17

    Oh cool I have been waiting for the new research to come out of The University of Stating the Bleeding Obvious, or is this from The Institute of Well Duh!

    I wonder if there is a special body that hands out big grants for this kind of thing, perhaps they will give me a million as I have made some major strides in my research (on wikipedia) and I feel I am very close to identifying something very important about the religion of the pope.

    Maybe they need all that grant money to build a time machine to go back to the paleolithic period to ask a cavewoman, who would almost certainly know this is true, and would probably be able to supply a good recipe for mammoth as well.

    In summary, here is a very pleasant way to learn Persian


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