Your baby should learn to talk during the first two years of life. Learn how you can encourage your baby's verbal skills, how to teach new words, and more.
Wondering when your little one will say "mama" or "dada"? Find out what age babies start to talk and improve language development with our guide to baby babble and the important milestone of talking.
Eagerly awaiting baby's first words? As your little one grows and develops speech skills, babbles will turn into words. Follow our talking timeline to learn about this important child development milestone.
Your little one is on the brink of speaking, even if you can't understand her baby language. Here's why there's no such thing as talking nonsense.
Babies might not be able to speak in coherent sentences yet, but that doesn't mean they're not full of profound ideas. These deep thought texts from babies prove you're never too young to ponder life's big questions.
Speed up and improve your child's language skills.
The process of language development starts at home, and it can be fun, too. These talking toys and word games will help expand your child's vocabulary and encourage her to start speaking more and more.
Don't speak baby talk? Don't worry. Use these easy tips to teach your baby some simple sign language skills and finally understand what goo-goo gah-gah really means.
Your child doesn't talk yet--but she does have a language of her own. We'll tell you what she's communicating with her funny little noises and sounds.
Over the course of your little one's first year, his language skills will grow by leaps and bounds. Here's how to encourage Baby to talk even more.
Jen Meyers and Jamie Loehr, M.D., authors of Raising Your Child, say it is never too early to start working on your baby's language development. Try these easy activities to encourage Baby's speech comprehension.
Ready to learn baby sign language? Begin with these eight commonly used words.
Encourage your baby to babble with these simple activities from Jamie Loehr, M.D, and Jen Meyers, authors of Raising Your Child.
All new moms anxiously await their babies' first words, but what if babies could text? Hint: It involves a lot of smiling poop emojis.
Time to put down the "smart" toys and get back to the wooden blocks, says a new study.
Jamie Loehr and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child" suggest these activities to help enhance your baby's language development.
A new study says even if babies never spoke their birth language, they still retain it on some level.
The process of language development in children--and what you can do to help.
From tall tales to singing songs, Jamie Loehr, M.D, and Jen Meyers, authors of Raising Your Child share activities to help your baby start talking!
Your child's first words are an important milestone. We tell you how to talk with your baby and encourage her language skills.
From the hilarious to the truly original, readers share their cutie pies' first words with us!
We know you're dying to hear those first words. Here's what you need to know while you wait.
What does your baby want for breakfast? Let him tell you with baby sign language!
At first, start by teaching your baby two to five priority signs, then begin adding more. Special thanks to Melissa van Wijk, Founder of Signing Up (SigningUpLLC).
You have a big role when it comes to baby's language development. Learn how to talk to your little one the right way, so that she'll be communicating before you know it.