Some interesting facts:
You will be thrilled to know that your baby develops the skill of listening and understanding you when he is inside your womb. As you feel your baby move, start talking to your bump and encourage your partner to do the same. Once the baby is born they relate your voice and the bond gets stronger. After birth the baby feels safe when they listen the vibration of your sound as they are aware of this voice before birth.
Your baby's first cry is the beginning of communication. Babies make social contact through their facial expressions, movements, gestures and words. This is the first step of communication for your baby.
When your baby starts trying to speak, chat with them more and more. Meaningless talks are not at all required. You will enjoy watching your baby learning to speak. The first word ‘Mom', ‘Dad' is always memorable for every parent. Use short sentences and repeats key words and as your baby will need to hear a word many times before he can understand and start to use language.
Whenever you perform any activity like bathing your baby or feeding them, speak about it, they may not start speaking but they will start understanding. Babies are like sponges and learn more in the first few years of their life than at any other time in their life. By the age of three 80% of a baby's brain is formed so use this window of opportunity to talk, talk, talk and give your child the key life skill of communication.
The misarticulating words of your baby is nothing less than a sweet music, enjoy every sound.