I am having a fabulous time communicating with my son - his speech is now really developing at 20 months and the signing is helping his vocabulary widen every day. He is still using the signs with the words, especially 'More' his favourite word and sign!!!! but he has naturally started to drop some of the signs as he now picks up the words. It is so lovely to see him signing complicated words like 'helicopter' and 'butterfly' which he is still unable to say at the moment. Well done little man, mummy is proud of you. x
A parent comment received today.........
"Really sad that our class has come to an end and will really miss the weekly fun and giggles. Thankyou so much for a great 6wks, looking forward to the next stage xxxxxx"
"I am very sad to say goodbye today to Helen, Thomas, Jo, Ewan, Eleanor, Archie-(Pedro), Jocelyn and Noah. You have all been amazing and our weekly chuckles shall be dearly missed. Congratulations on the beginners course, keep your signing hands going and the 'Holiday' hats, buckets & spades and handkerchief on Thomas's head were the best effort yet, well done. x"
"My son has been crying since he went to bed (which is very unusual) he got more and more upset, when I asked him, what is wrong? he signed 'food' he was hungry! He came downstairs had a piece of toast and then went back to bed and straight to sleep! Problem solved"
Times like tonight prove how fabulous
"Said goodbye to two more fabulous 'minisigners' today". Best wishes to Samuel and Ethan, keep those signing hands going"
"Thank you to all the mummies and babies who made it down to the ELC today! Great to meet you all"
"Home-made cookies for the group today from one of my mum's, thank you Helen and a good effort from all on the 'Farm week' theme - We are stepping up the silliness next week and I want to see 'Holiday' outfits and props! lol"
"A huge congratulations to all the Beginners and Club Class babies today who have completed their courses, well done! You will all be very, very, very missed by Max...but especially by Louise. x Keep those happy hands talking!"