Interaction with babies helps them to speak faster

Babies are one of the sweetest gifts given by the god to the world and parents too. Being a mother is one of the best things in women’s life. Mother will be very happy to see her child when it comes out from her womb by crying, it’s a really an amazing moment for a mother as she carried in her womb for 9 months. A moment, when mother see her baby for the first time after 9 months is very precious and the happiest moment in her life.

Mothers who communicate with their babies help speed up their speech and language development. It enhances the ability of children to communicate. Babies will cry for everything till it starts talking. Mother should understand that and she will take care of the baby.

Babies may just sound like baby talk, but mothers who hold a conversation with their infants are actually teaching them to speak more quickly. By this babies will learn the languages and the communication faster. Learning to talk is one of the major things in a baby's life. Every parent eagerly waits for that special moment when the baby expresses "mummy" or "daddy" for the very first time.

Parents enjoy the each moment like babies cry, laugh, play etc., mothers who were most focused to their infants’ babbling reported their children produced more words and signals at the age of 15 months.

Some Scientists discovered that, by the age of 11 months, before they can speak themselves, the children have already learned to differentiate their mother tongue from other languages. Some other says parents who interact back at their babies even if they don’t understand what they’re trying to say are a key part of the process.

Infants whose mothers did not respond much to their baby's chuckling and instead directed their infants' attention at times to something else reportedly did not show the same rate of growth in their language and communication skills. So, mothers have to respond to their babies before they learn to speak. This helps a baby to speak faster.

Researchers say that parental feedback is a vital process that enables mothers and babies to become mutually engaged in talking.

This generation babies are very active and they grasp the things whatever they see around them. So, all the mothers have to understand and have to respond to the baby’s talk which helps them to talk faster in their language.

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