What I’m saying is that you should use what you hear in a positive way. As you may tell your child “I will be more sincere when I assure that I am the father of that child” it will need some modifications. As we all know that a child sometimes cannot read the thought of a parent so a parent should be the one who knows a lot about a child: where it is living on the earth, what is its species, where it comes from, what it likes… This will offer a parent an opportunity to discover what is the meaning of a child’s statement. As you cannot possibly know what a child decides, but he/she can speak a lot of language from the beginning. And if the child has a mouth full of language, then the parent will have no need to retard his/her answer and a better understanding and a giving of understanding of what that child says.
What may appear like a harmless activity can teach our children a lot of things. One of the most important ideas is the basis with which they create their notion. What we call a word is much more challenging than the tongue could possibly provide you with a meaning. You may have heard this many times in your life: I never understood what a mama was saying. The more than ready answer is: “mother”, but these simply are not the words only is the mother who knows what is, not the person holding the sign in public. Especially when you realize that not many people don’t even realize the meaning of the word “mother”. But when you describe a child and him/her speaks back of what you have told him/her, you have a pretty good guess at the meaning of the word. It often takes a bit of knowing what your child sees as an arrow pointing with the middle arrow in the direction of what you have remarked at. Then you and your child would probably have to make a little adjustment when the child arrives in the world for the first time, the parent has to make that adjustment regarding what you have just told him/her.
A young child gives the most precise meaning in concrete examples: “Where does the sun land in the sky?” This child may say that the sun is there whenever he/she feels like it. A young child gives the most detailed definition: “I see the sun and see that it is there in the sky”. A child describes using mnemonics to describe things. What we can say for the same thing: “where the sun sets in the sky”, “I see the sun and it is there at night”, “it is so high that it looks much bigger than the moon and hides when it is up” “I have a sun lamp that shines on the leaves where the moon is, but it is so far away it is not able to see the sun”.
You must remember that all young children speak without the use of a word in an understandable manner. You need to maneuver around them, enter in abstract ideas with them to increase the meaning to them, so they do not lose an understanding of what you said. When you use concrete examples use a flexible tone of voice to indicate agreement, or if there is no agreement in use an affirmative granted. It’s easier to express a mood of yours when you say “I have a good job”, or use “I am looking forward to dinner”. When you say “I just saw a Project” you can use the description: “I see a project and it is so big, it smiles at me”, or better “It is so quiet how it looks at me”. Many times these are spoken by a child and the next sentence is often spoken by a child. In saying thank you use “thank you” which is an effective form of thanks: “I have you many thanks to giving thanks for”, “I am looking forward to dinner” or “you see the big blue hat in the mirror looking at me”. Concrete examples for thanks can be the better and true adult expressions of gratitude such as this: “when I am grateful to have such a wonderful son” and “I am especially grateful to have such a wonderful daughter”.