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Thursday, January 21, 2010

The Terror Begins to Sign "More"


Banana Face Boy


Cheaper Than Therapy

17 comments:

Raise Them Up said...

Hi! That's awesome! :)

This is my first visit to your blog and I'm so encouraged by all the resources you've gathered for parents.

Blessings

Frau said...

Great pictures what a doll!

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

He is so sweet!!

blueviolet said...

So then that means "more" terror? ;)

Monkey Mommy said...

Great picture he is a such a doll

Daffy said...

There is just something about seeing a child sign that give me goosebumps. Probably because sign language is my life's vocation, I take great pride in how quickly my daughter has picked up the use of the language and seemlessly merged it with her vocalization.

The Terror is such a doll...I just want to squeeze and hug and plant a million kisses :O)

Noelle said...

is he saying he wants "more" bananas?

SamiJoe said...

YAY!
Both my kids learned sign (my little girl learned so much of it i had to learn more!). It is a fabulous tool.
Great job!

Adoption of Jane said...

If anyone has any suggestions where I can purchase an inexpensive Childrens Sign Language Tool kit online please let me know! Thanks!!

Adoption of Jane said...

oh yeah more bananas! ;)

Jane said...

Yay for the little Terror!! He is such a little cutie pie!

Ocean Girl said...

Aww look at that expression, he's so adorable.

Shell said...

What a cutie!

Aunt Juicebox said...

How cute!

Nancy C said...

How wonderful!

thehorizontalyoyo said...

Teaching my daughter to sign when she was very young and a non-talker was such a lifeline. If I had a child today, I would definitely teach them to sign - special needs or not.

sheila said...

Beautiful! My niece learned how to sign, she's 2. Not talking yet, but signs up a storm! I find it incredible that these little ones can sign so well!

 

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