Baby Dictionary


When we don’t know what a word means, we look up in the dictionary. This is because we use words to communicate our thoughts and feelings.

Babies on the other hand don’t use words. They use sounds to communicate. Well for adults their language is a collection of raw sounds but for babies it’s words.

So what if there was a dictionary for language that babies use? Who will benefit? Those parents who have trouble meeting their baby’s needs (especially for dads).

Here are some examples for the baby dictionary:

ahhhhhhh – I am angry

waaaaa waa – I want food

bboo boo – I pooed

nah nah – she’s cute

mah mah – listen to me

dda dda – What?


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