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I hope you'll join me on my journey of baby sign language.  Drop by and share your stories! Follow if you like! I will be highlighting two signs each week and talking about activities and books to teach those signs. 

 

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I took sign language in both high school and college and have taught my 21 month old daughter some signs. She knows more, thank you, please, milk, mother, father, eat, drink, yes, no
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That's great! I can't imagine parenting withouth baby sign language!

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