Baby Sign Language: How to Sign “Pee” in ASL

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Pee in Baby Sign Language, ASL’ by TalkBoxMom

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Adelaide demonstrates signing gestures and encourages viewer engagement on NotAnExactScience.com.

Key Insights

  • The sign for "P" is demonstrated, with the pointer finger up, middle finger down, and thumb in the middle.
  • Demonstrates a sign for "toilet" by putting the hand in a fist with the thumb between the middle and pointer fingers and twisting it.
  • Caution is given that tapping the finger during the "P" sign can be interpreted as a sign for the male private part.
  • Suggests using the "toilet" sign if you want to communicate that the baby wants to go pee.
  • Explains that consistency in using signs can help the baby make associations and learn how to sign.
  • Encourages choosing signs that are part of your routine and that interest your baby to motivate them to sign.
  • Asks viewers to provide feedback by liking the video, sharing signing stories in the comments, and asking questions.

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Transcript

P: Is that P on the floor? To do the sign for P, you put your pointer finger up and your middle finger down, and your thumb in the middle like a P. And then you take your middle finger and you put it to your nose and you inflate your cheeks like your bladder is full, P.

Now you have to be very careful with this sign because if you start tapping your finger, it starts to mean the male private part. So if you just want to say your baby wants to go pee, you can sign toilet by putting your hand on the fist and your thumb in between the middle finger and the pointer finger and twist it, toilet. That might be your safer bet.

But if there keeps happening to have P all over the place, you can safely sign P by touching your nose one time like this with a P, sorry, and saying, is that P on the ground? Or that’s P in the toilet.

As you’re consistent, your baby can make the association and then start signing. If you’re not sure which sign to choose next, choose one from something in your routine so that you’re doing it all the time and something that interests your baby so that they can be motivated to sign.

If you found this video to be helpful, please let us know by clicking like or giving us a thumbs up and be sure to share your signing stories in the comments below to inspire other moms and be sure to ask any questions that you have.

Thank you so much for learning with us. I’m Adelaide with NotAnExactScience.com.

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Pee in Baby Sign Language, ASL’ by TalkBoxMom