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July 28, 2017

Why is it hard to talk to babies? One reason is they don’t use words to talk back. Talking to a baby feels a little bit off, like I am talking to myself. I have a hard time seeing the ways babies do talk back. They don’t use words. They smile, scream, fuss, look me in...

July 21, 2017

Babies are born with the most brain cells for learning language that they will ever have in their lifetimes. However, they begin to lose those cells they don’t use when they are very young.  Children use the brain cells their mamas ask them to use. “More?” or “Do you w...

July 14, 2017

This blog is about a thousand ways to remind ourselves to say thousands of words to our babies so that they will grow up to have big vocabularies. In the future, it will be more important than ever to have a big vocabulary. In most workplaces the person with the bigges...

July 7, 2017

Dr. Dana Suskind, a surgeon whose specialty is cochlear implants which make deaf children hear, says that the #1 most important thing a mom can do is to have conversations with her child. Talking with a grownup is how children learn words. The more words children know...

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