Dressing Play

Baby Toddler Getting Dressed

Even if your child doesn’t seem to understand, tell them everything you’re doing as you get them ready in the morning. Start with how you picked their clothes and go from there. Make eye contact and respond back to the sounds they make.

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Think of yourself as a sports announce””one who responds back with sounds and faces. These back-and-forth conversations are helping them bond with you and begin to associate words with their experiences.

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