The materials published on the blogs "Baby Talk in ASL", "Toddler Talk in ASL" and future subsequent projects are for an educational purpose and for a scientific inspiration only. They are not for parental guidelines.
These blogs are not responsible for physical development, nutrition, and such, consult your medical practitioner or a qualified health provider for advice.
Each child has their own developmental timeline that is normal for them. Each develops at a different rate.
All glosses in blue bold font represent utterances in ASL only. They are not translations. Sometimes I'd use translations in quotation marks.
All utterances in blog posts are in the language of ASL, even when I use the terms "say/said", "told", "utter", "articulate", and so on. They are not referred to the use of speech. They are referred to the non-written form of a language (in my case, ASL).
If any spoken utternace is mentioned in posts, the term "vocally speak" will be clearly used.