Posts Categorized: baby research

Beyond Shyness – This is How Baby Sign Language Can Help You Overcome Toddler Social Anxiety

It is surprising how early in life we begin to show personality traits. Some of us are exuberant, others gentle and a few of us are shy. Unfortunately sometimes what we perceive as shyness is simply the very first symptoms of social anxiety. Among other behaviors toddlers with social anxiety exhibit some of the following:… Reads more »

Baby Sign Language Helps You Turn The Terrible Twos Into The Terrific Twos

The Temper Tantrum Explained At its very root a temper tantrum is rooted in your toddler’s inability to communicate his needs and wants. At age two their understanding of the world that surrounding often surpasses their verbal ability to convey their needs or complete a task through imitation that he or she perceives as achievable…. Reads more »

Eight Reasons Why Your Baby is Not Signing Yet & Why You Should Not Be Discouraged

Almost on a daily basis we receive questions from moms who are concerned regarding the signing progress of their babies. Based on the most common questions and concerns brought up by all of you we have compiled a list of reasons why you may not be getting the results you expected from baby sign language…. Reads more »

How to Introduce Baby to Selflessness

We are all wired for survival. This natural proclivity makes it challenging when it comes to teaching our babies social constructs such as sharing and taking turns. The power to possess is a natural part of the child’s growing awareness. Don’t be surprised if among the first words your toddler verbalizes are posesive terms such as… 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      

Why Does Your Baby Smile?

Watching a baby smile is a joyful experience. Nothing is sweeter than seeing that first hint of a smile and watching it develop into first a little grin, then a whole face smile, and then uncontrollable giggles. Most babies start smiling toward the end of the first ten weeks.  As soon as that first hint… Reads more »