So I want to reverse this, but I don't want to bombard her and have her feel like she can't communicate with me or understand me. Any ideas? She's 21 months and so far can count to ten in English and Spanish, and can repeat anything I say in Spanish (in toddlerese of course).
great questions. same here. i sing spanish songs to my little one. read some books in spanish. repeat single words, but my husband doesn't speak it, so i just end up in english. then there are some things i say in spanish like come here, be careful, want to nurse?
Lucky you to speak a foreign language- I have a hard time getting my DH to speak Arabic to DD!
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I survived 16 mos! Ask me about breastfeeding a baby with posterior tongue tie, high palate, and weak oral motor skills- whew!
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