Friday, 13 September 2013: One Hundred and Sixty Five Days Old.
Up until now Ayla’s only really made a noise if she’s been hungry, tired, uncomfortable or had a dirty nappy.
Nowadays though Ayla uses her noises and sounds to communicate and there’s so much we can talk about!
Ayla calls out if she wants to be involved in a conversation, and she wriggles and grunts if she wants to change positions or angles.
Ayla also makes a squealing noise when she’s excited, a crying noise when wants to hang out and sometimes she makes a whinging noise when she wants a mummy cuddle.
Ayla’s cries also sound different depending on what she needs. She can tell me when she needs changed, when she’s hungry and when she’s tired.
I’m amazed at how easy it is to know what Ayla wants and needs even though she’s still too young to crawl, let alone talk!