Babies Read Lips
Recent research has revealed that babies start learning to talk at a very early age. The first six months (yes, that early) they’re very focused on facial expressions and sounds. Then at about six months of age they become lip readers. Babies study the “mechanics” of lip movement, making sounds, and forming sounds. Then comes the real work, stringing all this together into conversations. Check out these two toddlers. Will they be politicians when they grow up ?