Charlotte is working double time. She is getting in some serious tummy time but also talking her mom’s ear off. Charlotte is young but she is ready to achieve her major milestones in record timing. She has a lot to say and is going to tell her mom everything.
If only her mother, and all of us viewers, could understand the story she is so animately telling.
Charlotte is not even one year of age but she is full of stories. She is one great storyteller, even if the words are unclear, because she puts all her attention into her story. Charlotte’s facial expressions range widely as she continues to talk to her mother.
Her facial expressions include her adorable wide eyes, as if she cannot even believe what she is talking about.
Charlotte mother is listening with rapt attention to every babbling word.
Charlotte’s mother encourages her story by asking Charlotte to say more words every time she gets quiet. As every parent does, she is encouraging her daughter to say “mama” and “dada,” but Charlotte has a lot more to say than those two words. Each time that Charlotte is encouraged to say “mama” and “dada” she starts to excitedly baby talk once more.
The Australian parenting website, Raising Children, notes that babies as young as three months old are already learning language skills. Every stage is important for their overall language development. Parents, such as Charlotte’s mom, are encouraged to interact with their baby to further their language development.
The more a baby hears people speaking, the more chances they have at learning.
“Encouraging talking skills is as easy as listening and responding to your baby. Sharing stories, songs, rhymes – even talking about your day – will all help your baby learn and practice language. Sharing these experiences with your baby also helps to build your relationship,” Raising Children states.
Great interactive ideas to encourage your child to talk can be simple.
- Continuously talk to them about anything and everything throughout the day.
- When your baby starts saying actual words, such as “mama,” “dada,” or “bye-bye,” repeat the word back to them after they say it.
- Read stories or sing songs to your baby, nursery rhymes are perfect!
- When they are babbling, cooing, or trying to speak give them your undivided attention through eye contact, praise and smiles.
Before you know it, your child will be talking as much as Charlotte.
Charlotte is talking so fast she cannot control the drool from coming. Babies are no strangers to drool though and drool is not going to stop her from telling her mother everything. She even grabs her toy and starts shaking it around during her storytelling. She is already using her hands to amplify what she is saying.
Viewers cannot help but fall in love with Charlotte and you will too! Many have commented, such as,
“Babies talking is adorable. Babies talking in a skydiving position is definitely worth filming. Beautiful baby.”
“Clearly she’s telling everyone she can fly.”
“Idk man, cant argue with those straight facts she’s laying out. Absolute orator.”
Watch Charlotte’s full conversation right below and see if you can figure out what she is talking about.
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