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Translate Your Toddlers Baby Babble with Nestle’s Toddler Talk App

nan toddler talk app

nan toddler talk app

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Have you ever wondered what those sweet little cooing noises your baby makes when you are changing her nappy really mean? Or the incessant babbling your toddler spouts at meal times (complete with tray-table-spoon banging). Surely they are trying to communicate something to us. But what exactly?

Well, you need wonder no more.

Nestle Nan Toddler has developed a simple, fun FREE app for parents and caregivers, enabling them to ‘translate’ what those adorable little babbles mean.

The Nan Toddler Talk app allows users to record 30 seconds of their baby/toddler’s chatter, on their iPhone or iPad (or select a video from their devices gallery.) Humorous subtitles are then created by the app to accompany the video, to produce a mock-translation. Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?

 

 

 

But no one knows bub better than you, right? Although there are some very funny suggestions e.g. ‘You know you’ll be doing the nappy change soon,’ the app also lets you write your own translations, and share your creations with friends on Facebook, YouTube or via email. Hours of fun right there! And just imagine sharing that at their 21st birthday party!

You can download the FREE Toddler Talk app from iTunes here.

This is a sponsored post but opinions are my own.

 

Have you tried the Toddler Talk app yet? We’d love to hear what your babies/toddlers have been babbling!

Jolene

Jolene

Jolene enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.

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