During lunch, for the first time, my Princess used baby sign language to sign the word “thank you” without being asked to. She wanted one of my chips so I gave her a piece of the chip and she signed thank you. I was so happy, and praised her abundantly. I am so glad she can communicate more easily now. Sign language has really helped us.
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The mirror has become an attraction for my little girl as well. Today, she actually looked at her self in our full length mirror and said her name, “Ideda“, and patted her chest with her two hands. I was so happy again to see that so I said, “Give Isabella a kiss”, to which she ran back to the mirror and kissed her reflection. So cute!
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We are keen to teach little Alexandra baby sign language. Where can we get a printable version of the baby signs Quick reference guide? Thanks!
Elizabeth, click on the source link in the caption. You’ll find the registered Baby Signs website and ordering information. I don’t think there is a printable though 🙁
Tomocina Tyson says
How can I get that poster of the baby sign languages?
Tomocina, below the image there is a source link. You’ll find the website with this poster and many more items.