Video: Proud in Baby Sign Language

Signing: Make your dominant hand into a fist with your thumb sticking out. Use your thumb to trace a path up the middle of your chest.

Proud in Baby Sign Language
Figure: Proud in Baby Sign Language

Usage: more complex feels such as proud are advanced signs best reserved for older signers. A good time to introduce the sign is after baby has accomplished something, such as screwing the top on a jar, and you can see them glowing with pride.

Proud Flash Card Thumbnail

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

Related Signs: happy, excited, sad

2 Responses to “Proud”

  1. Shelby

    I have tried several times to click on the proud flashcard with the picture, but it won’t open to a larger size. What am I doing wrong? Usually when I click on other pictures, they will automatically change to the larger picture.
    Thanks in advance for your help!

    ADMIN – Hi Shelby,

    Proud is not currently available in flashcard format. I should have it up in a few weeks.

  2. Maryann

    You know the saying…a picture can say a thousand words.
    My 5 1/2 year old grandson lives on the opposite side of the country. He lived in my home until he was 4 1/2.
    I always knew my time with him would be interrupted. Very complicated.
    I was a special Ed. Teacher & observed professionals using sign language with children.
    So…when he lived with me” I showed him the sign for love, or I love you. In case I only a minute to see him.
    Occasionally, I can skype with him.
    The use of this hand sign, takes but a second, but connects us .
    So…I now use the hand sign for the word “proud”.
    Thanks for putting this information out there.

    ADMIN – Hi Maryann,

    That is very touching. I hope you will be reunited. Thank you for sharing.

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