magda_santiago asked: It is useful and easier to communicate with your baby by the time they reach 9 – 12 months. My son is 14 months and knows 15 words in sign language and it makes life easier to take care of him. We did it by exposing him to a dvd for 25-30 minutes […]
EngrMom asked: just the basics: more, milk, eat, thirsty, help, please, thank you, all done. I’m looking to post a few at my kids’ daycare facility. Thanks.
momthebomb asked: for those of you who are not aware of baby signing, you need not respond. I am looking for helpful information. A child’s speach patterns and abilities have nothing to do with their potty training abilities.
Betwixt and Between asked: …if no one in your family is deaf? I know this is an increasingly common practice in families where there is no one with hearing impairmnent. Besides the obvious benefit of being able to communicate in a different way, what are some other reasons people do it? If you practice this […]
Netta asked: I have a 7 month old. My husband and I have talked about teaching him sign language. We have read the benefits of this. We bought the Baby Einstein’s My First Signs DVD this weekend. We do not know where to start.
lkgardner64 asked: I done baby sign with my now three year old twins, it really seemed to cut down on their frustration level. They were doing simple signs at 7 months, my son is not talking but is learning sign at his preschool class. His speech teacher said that he picks it up very quickly, […]
KadenzMommy asked: we have been teaching our 2 yo sign language, we got a paper from a teacher friend of ours, it is called “baby signs” it has everything from manners to farm animals but there is no sign for you’re welcome, i have heard from a few sources that it is the same as […]
Rumbly asked: I am curious when you started signing to your baby and when they first signed to you.