Posts Categorized: baby tips

Baby Sign Language to Help Little Ones During a Hospital Stay

We don’t live in a perfect world and for many parents, trips to the hospital and hospital stays for their little ones are part of their reality. We know of several courageous little ones with chronic conditions that require specialized medical care and we have been delighted and impressed by their intelligence and ability to… Reads more »

Baby Sign Language For The Playground

Toddlers Signing in Playground

As the weather becomes milder opportunities to do outdoor activities will certainly increase. For those of you entering the toddler stage it will be your very first opportunity to improve motor skills and enhance social skills by interacting at your local playground. Now that your baby has mastered need-based signs such as milk, more, mom… Reads more »

Signing Our Favorite Foods

Just a quick stop to share with you this wonderful food stages infographic. We love to see how babies begin to sign food items based on their preferences.     credit: she knows Australia      

Learning to Sign Modes of Transport With Baby

Regardless of gender we as parents are likely to realize quite soon that babies love the idea of going places. Babies love walks, rides, strollers and anything that speaks of adventure. Often we think of modes of transportation in the context of little boys only, but let’s not neglect our girls. By equipping our little… Reads more »

Baby Sign Language is About Communication-The Story of Persephone & Her Sippy

If you have been a friend of www.babysignlanguage.com you probably know that we are community-oriented and pretty frequently rely in the support of our social media fans and friends to encourage each other and try to understand the progress of our own babies in light of the experiences of other families. Knowing what other parents… Reads more »

Baby sign language at home & on the road

Perhaps your little one is already a well-versed signer and is quickly showing progress on verbal skills. The basics are covered and you seldom see tantrums or meltdowns.  As their world expands we are compelled to expose them to new vocabulary. Some new words have day-to-day application others are very distant to their surroundings but… Reads more »