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    Ooops. sorry. 2 replies.

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    Wow ! did this slip by me, I do not get on enough..

    by Daughter is an Deaf Interpreter and translaterater for a school system. The baby signs are not true ASL but neccessary to be differant. The babies can not form the signs..

    The way her 18 month son asks for Cracker is more like CRACK ! THe drug !! She blushes but he is so close to Cracker, he gets his point across!

    We just visited a day care. His other grandma is getting tired.. grin.. He was off the charts with sign, he is a happy baby, gets his point across and all involved with this method approves as long as you talk the sign and sign back it is great communication..

    Wow ! ^5

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    Quote Originally Posted by chairjogger
    Wow ! did this slip by me, I do not get on enough..

    by Daughter is an Deaf Interpreter and translaterater for a school system. The baby signs are not true ASL but neccessary to be differant. The babies can not form the signs..

    The way her 18 month son asks for Cracker is more like CRACK ! THe drug !! She blushes but he is so close to Cracker, he gets his point across!

    We just visited a day care. His other grandma is getting tired.. grin.. He was off the charts with sign, he is a happy baby, gets his point across and all involved with this method approves as long as you talk the sign and sign back it is great communication..

    Wow ! ^5
    Henry does that too! My daughter was taught SEE signs (signing exact english) and then we expanded to ASL. Henry is hearing, and we all sign and speak at the same time to him. Which I also have always done with my daughter. Ummmm, I don't know the sign for crack! Too funny! Their little fingers are so cute when they sign!!!!!

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    I forgot to ask, how did your daughter get into interpreting?

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    Ummmm, I don't know the sign for crack! Too funny! Their little fingers are so cute when they sign!!!!!
    OH your little Henry, if he is your avitar, he is a sweetie !

    I laughed about this, not knowing the sign for crack.. No, I will not educated the public, the only reason my daughter knows is she works with deaf middle school kids everyday and needs to know, just a safety class every year with updates.

    I can not wait to get this fabric. I have one grandling on the way.. maybe I can whip it up in time !

    Wow, so happy I found the two posts about this fabric. How very modern are we to have weaving companies not just have super hero, cartoon - Strawberry shortcake and square bob square pants - to choose from !!!

    Ell

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