Your baby 0-1 year

A mouth ... to tweet and talk

A mouth ... to tweet and talk


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Around 4-5 months, your baby makes his first vocalizations and discovers that he can produce different tones with his mouth. He goes into the phase of lallation: "He begins to produce sounds because he heard you speak already in utero and wants to imitate you.The problem is that he does not stand still at the vertical and his larynx is not sufficiently developed to allow him to articulate, but he tries, he trains ... ", explains Myriam Szejer. Do you hear him babbling in his bed? To encourage him in his vocalizations and reassure him, it is important to echo him: "A toddler can psychically present the absent adult for a while, but it must be answered so that it does not trigger. All these forms of interaction are extremely structuring for him and will encourage the implementation of language in the coming months ", analyzes Anne Gatecel, psychomotrician and clinical psychologist. His first word, he will be pronounced around his first birthday. Patience…

  • Around 4-5 months, your baby makes his first vocalizations and discovers that he can produce different tones with his mouth. He enters the phase of lallation: "He begins to produce sounds because he has heard you speak already in utero and wants to imitate you.
  • The problem is that he is not yet standing vertically and his larynx is not sufficiently developed to allow him to articulate. But he tries, he trains ... ", explains Myriam Szejer.
  • Do you hear him babbling in his bed? To encourage him in his vocalizations and reassure him, it is important to echo him: "A toddler can psychically present the absent adult for a while, but it must be answered so that it does not trigger. All these forms of interaction are extremely structuring for him and will encourage the implementation of language in the coming months ", analyzes Anne Gatecel, psychomotrician and clinical psychologist.
  • His first word, he will be pronounced around his first birthday. Patience‚Ķ