How to Get Your Baby Talking! Tips & Tricks from the Speech Sisters – Podcast Ep 84

How to Get Your Baby Talking! Tips & Tricks from the Speech Sisters – Podcast Ep 84

If you're worried your baby isn't saying enough words, the Speech Sisters are sharing helpful tips to get your baby talking!

Published April 26, 2022

by Nina Spears

The Baby Chick®: Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum Expert

Hearing your baby say their first word is such an exciting milestone. But if you worry that your baby isn’t saying enough words or is slower to talk, you are not the only one. Many parents have these same concerns. Fortunately, there are things that you can do to get your baby to start talking!

We enjoyed having Brooke and Bridget, the Speech Sisters, as our podcast guests! They are speech and language pathologists and are experts in their field. They have more than 20 years of combined experience and have diagnosed and treated hundreds of children with various communication disorders and speech delays. They know how parents feel (they are moms, too!) and are super passionate about helping parents and guiding them to get their children to talk.

In this episode, Bridget and Brooke share their best tips and tricks to get your baby talking. We discussed practical tips for integrating speech and language techniques into your everyday routine and their favorite activities! They were a delight to chat with, and we are thrilled to have them on to dive into this important subject.

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