Baby Signing Time – My Review
I decided to review Baby Signing Time Vol. 1: It’s Baby Signing Time, because my newest grand baby is only 9 months old. I wanted to start with something that her older sister (4 in June) could learn from too. I know very few signs and this will also be a great start for me. I can’t wait to sit down with my family and start learning to sign.
One of the main reasons I decided to do this review was not only the fact that I believe it’s important for us to be able to communicate with “everyone” we may meet. But also because my grand-daughter Kayden is slightly delayed in speech. I think this will be a great way for her to communicate better with us, and give her a better feeling about communicating. I see her getting frustrated now at not being able to be completely understood, this breaks my heart and I fear it keeps her from trying.
Our world is surrounded by people who can’t hear, that have other conditions that affect their speech which makes communicating with others difficult. We can help them, and ourselves by learning to communicate in a language they understand. If by me learning a few signs brings a smile to someone’s face it’s well worth any efforts I put into it.
Signing Time – The Company
Signing Time is a labor of love, born out of the desire for one mother to create a community that could communicate with her deaf daughter. Two Little Hands Productions, co-founded by sisters Rachel Coleman and Emilie Brown, is the company that produces and distributes the Signing Time product line. Read more about their inspiring story here.
Signing Time – Products
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