A couple of weeks ago, I got a phone call from a young woman who was excited to meet me at a conference in Chicago.
I explained to her that I was a baby signer and that I had just signed her name.
She was a little taken aback at the name, but then her excitement and excitement for the opportunity to sign her name changed and she said, “Oh my god!
I am so excited!
I don’t know what to say!”
The conversation was moving quickly and I felt a little bit like a superhero.
She told me that her mom had just started signing babies for her, and she was a signer herself.
She and her mom have been in the industry together for nearly 20 years.
I had never met her mother before and had never heard her name before.
The excitement of meeting my first baby signee was contagious, and the moment that I heard her first name I knew it was something special.
A few days later, I was in Chicago again and I had to drive to an event at a baby center in the suburb of Wauwatosa.
It was the last day of the conference, and I couldn’t resist grabbing my bag and walking out with my first signer.
She looked at me like I had a gift for her.
“What do you want me to do for you?” she asked.
I didn’t know anything about signing, but I had heard about the program and I knew how much work it took.
I was going to be signing babies.
I said I would like to sign one of the babies for my own baby.
When I saw that I knew she would be a perfect fit, I took a deep breath and asked, “I don’t have any kids, but would you like to be the signer of my first child?”
The response was immediate.
She smiled and said, I can do that.
When my little girl, Tia, came along, I didn�t have any children and had already started the signing process.
She asked, how long did it take you to sign for me?
I said, about two weeks.
Then, I noticed a small boy who was signing for me and I thought, “Wow, that�s a lot of time.”
He is about five months old.
When we got to the hospital, Tiami and Tia were both so happy that we were able to sign them and we got a huge hug from the doctors.
That moment is going to live with me forever, and when I saw my baby sign, I knew I had found a true love.
The story of how Tia signed for me is a story of unconditional love, which is something I have been trying to instill in my son, who is five years old.
I feel so blessed to have found my partner in life, because he is the reason why I have a full life and can have a good time doing things with his friends.
I think about how my mom and my mom�s partner were so close, and it is something that I will never forget.
It is the only reason that I feel comfortable signing babies, and as the mother of a baby, it is important to know how to sign as well.
My baby has always been my first priority, but now it is the priority of signing him.
I am very happy that I have found someone who can truly care for and love my baby and my baby will always be my first choice.