14 month old DS is exploding with signs (and to a slower degree spoken language) lately. Kid just can't get enough. I'm constantly looking for new signs to teach him, though it's hard to keep up with that kid!
What signs worked best with your little one? What signs didn't really work out or did your LO never really pick up?
Bath was the first sign that DD really got, and as soon as he figured that one out, he was on a roll. More, Hungry, Thirsty, Train, ball, car, . . . and on and on.
The one I was surprised he doesn't really do is banana. Kid loves bananas, but doesn't do the sign. I think it's mainly because he can just point and sign hungry. He also doesn't do mommy or daddy but I think that's because he learned the words before he really started mimicking signs.
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