Are you hearing more noise coming from your little one? Are their cries quickly turning into curious coos? These may be early clues that your baby will grow up to be a talkative kid. Catching the signs your kid is going to be talkative can start early on in your child's life. Vocal babies may be responsive in the leading months after their birth, paying attention and reacting to speech they hear around them.
To help your baby transition from babbling sounds to more developed words, you should listen and respond to them when they attempt to make conversation. You can spark their interest by looking for engaging ways for them to interact with you and others through playful games and books. You can also place your baby in social settings where they can listen and observe other people speak and interact. Give those close to you the opportunity to play and talk with your baby so that your child can further develop their social skills. Allow your baby to voice their emotions from the get-go and shape their own talkative personalities.
Here are some signs your baby is already vocal and can grow up to be a talkative kid that isn't afraid to speak their mind.