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Some babies say between 1 to 3 words by around 1 years old, but they may not be fully-formed or very clear. For example, they might say ‘mama’ or ‘dada’, or try to say their sister’s name. But it’s normal for babies to start talking later, around 16 months.
The best way to improve language is to expose your baby to more language! Read baby books, play with educational toys that encourage talking, sing, and introduce baby signs.
There are many theories about how to deal with crying. Generally, babies cry when they are in some kind of discomfort, so we do advocate for comforting them. On top of that, babies need attention!
Babies develop on a spectrum, so it’s challenging to put precise numbers on when things should happen. Make note of certain behaviors that you find concerning and bring it up to your pediatrician.
We’re a huge advocate for bilingual learning! There are many misconceptions about bilingualism but the research actually suggests that bilingual learning has many cognitive benefits.
Babies this age love a variety of wooden toys, soft toys, and children’s books. Find out more in our Early Learning Kits that are full of educational toys for 0 to 2 year olds.