Wet

Video: Wet in Baby Sign Language

Signing: The wet sign is made by reaching up with your hands bringing your fingers and thumbs together while pulling down.

Wet in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Wet in Baby Sign Language

Usage: We use the wet sign for our baby to tell us when she has wet her diaper and needs the diaper changed.

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Flash Card: Click the link to view the Wet Baby Sign Language Flash Card. The flash cards are printable and available in both U.S. Letter and A4 sizes.

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One Response to “Wet”

  1. Brandi

    I’m starting to teach my baby sign language at a very early age (she’s 11 weeks) she absolutely hates having an unclean diaper, so we are teaching this as one of the first 5 primary signs. My question is, with babies limited motor skills which will be easier for her to learn… “diaper” or “wet”?

    ADMIN – Hi Brandi,

    I would go with diaper, it is very simple, just pinching together the fingers and thumb, and is a very natural movement. Wet is a little more complex, because it involves moving the arm and fingers, and is a less natural movement.

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