Amazingly, within years of your baby will progress from random crying to talking. This is a great achievement for your baby and in a very short period of time. In this post we will see the development of your baby when it comes to language. You’ll also discover what you can expect to see every month, but remember that these stages of your baby’s development are broad and because every baby is different these milestones do not mean exactly. A month. Your baby will understand speech long before actually speaking. From birth will look at your face and hear his voice.
You can make a small range of noises that will start to mean something to you – they can be made when you experience the sensation of hunger or pain (such as crying and some sounds while he is breathing.) When your baby is eating, you can see what kind of suction tapping noises and sounds of satisfaction. The way your baby is crying is an important method of communication, while reality is unable to speak. Crying lays the foundation for speech as your baby learns to control his vocal cords. Crying is also the form of a baby to indicate hunger, discontent and malaise. Through the response to this cry of your baby know that it is important to you? and this can really be comforting for a young child. Two months. As a child enters its second month, which is much more aware of the world? things such as sounds, including their voice, have fun and fascinate your child.