Sunday, July 18, 2010


"Fernald and her colleagues found that the children of mothers who spoke more, used different words for the same object, used different types of words, and spoke in longer phrases to their children at eighteen months, not only had larger vocabularies but were faster at processing words at twenty-four months."

I finally have a good reason.


DI said...

Oh goodie! Finally something my kid will thank me for :P!

Tamanna Mishra said...

Exactly my point :P

austere said...

ha ha ha

justification, eh?

*retreats to the quiet*

Anonymous said...

template change?

Lol.. now I know why P beats me at all word games.. and is the one responsible for correcting typos on my posts :P

Guess my kids will be lucky that way too.. no thanks to me btw :P

Tamanna Mishra said...

@Austy, justification. Bilkul :D

@Piyu, are you subtly suggesting that your MIL is talkative? :P

Anonymous said...

Very very subtly :P

She is really a darling actually :)