baby sign language

[updated March 2017] 13 Playful ASL Signs for Easter Weekend – Video Lesson Easter is just around the corner! Follow along with Marcie as she demonstrates 13 playful ASL signs for Easter in this short video lesson. Your child will LOVE being able to express their excitement over chocolate and bunnies :) It only takes a [...]

Follow along with Marcie as she demonstrates 7 magical ASL signs for Christmas during this short video lesson. These are fun signs to that will help your toddler connect with you over the Christmas season. Christmas signs you’ll learn in this video: Merry Christmas Santa Claus Reindeer Rudolph (2 versions) Milk Cookies Carrot 7 Magical ASL Signs for Christmas – Video Transcript: Merry Christmas [...]

The ASL sign for HELP or HELP ME is my second favourite ‘ask for assistance’ sign and it was used on a fairly regular basis in my house. (*If you missed part 1 – go here to learn the ASL sign for UP) Whenever my daughter was playing with a toy that she couldn’t get opened, closed, adjusted… [...]

Two helpful baby signs my daughter used frequently were… … UP and HELP ME. I wanted to share these baby signs with you because the benefit of these particular signs is not obvious to everyone, and you may not think to search them out on your own. My oldest daughter LOVED to be held or be near me – no matter [...]

Hearing you’re baby’s first word is EXCITING! But, there’s one thing better. Hold up… what?! Let me explain. When my husband was at work I would spend all day saying ‘mama’ to my daughter because I really didn’t want her first word to be ‘dada’…hehe… (don’t judge, you know you do it too!!). And of [...]

When you decide to become a parent, you dream about chubby cheeks, unlimited snuggles, and soft giggles. What we are NOT prepared for is the sleepless nights, obsessive crying and constant ‘guess what I need?!’ attitude we receive from our new bundle of joy. As a parent, we are hard-wired to nurture our children in [...]

A common misconception is that babies lack the understanding of language. This is NOT true. Babies and toddlers understand WAY more then they can say. They just haven’t yet developed the verbal skills needed to communicate with you through speech. It’s human nature that your child will want to start expressing desires – long before they are ready to [...]

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