I Love You

Video: I Love You in Baby Sign Language

Signing: To sign I Love You, put up your thumb, index finger and pinkie finger, while keeping your ring finger and your middle finger down. Hold the hand out, palm facing away from you and move it back and forth slightly.

Video: I Love You in Baby Sign Language (alternative)
I Love You in Baby Sign Language
Figure: I Love You in Baby Sign Language

Usage: What could be sweeter than exchanging I Love You with your baby.

I Love You Flash Card Thumbnail

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

Related Signs:Hug, Mom.

5 Responses to “I Love You”

  1. Brooklyn

    Very helpful, attempting to become fluent in sign language thank you! 👍

  2. Harriffan Conshertini

    I can’t make this sign:-(
    I need my thumb to hold the fingers down

    ADMIN – Hi Harri,

    Sorry about that.

  3. CW

    I have been signing basic things to my granddaughter since she was a few weeks old. She is six months now – she doesn’t sign yet but I have noticed especially over the last several weeks she really watches me when I’m signing and talking to her. I really feel like she is trying to connect my signing with the words / people, objects etc that I am using. I’m excited to see her really start to communicate !

  4. M Cynthia

    My Grandbaby loves your videos.
    Although he speaks words.They teach sign language as part of his curriculum at his preschool.
    He’ll be 2yrs old Sept 2019
    I love practicing with him. He loves it


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