A deaf dad had the internet shocked after sharing the first time his one-year-old daughter communicated with him through sign language while shopping at the mall.
Sometimes, children surprise their parents when least expected. For Zach, it was during their shopping time at the mall with his little girl, Madison, that he was taken aback to see her communicate with him.
Zach, a deaf father, shared the adorable video on social media and received an overwhelming response from some of the 11.8 million people who viewed his post.
Zach and his wife Courtney have been teaching their daughter, Madison, how to communicate through sign language while also learning to speak. Naturally, this was essential for the girl to know so she could talk to her dad.
Courtney sometimes shares videos of her toddler’s learning experience on TikTok. However, it wasn’t until their incident at the mall that Madison “interpreted” for her dad for the first time.
The doting father, whose TikTok username is @oursignedworld, captured the proud moment while his one-year-old tried to communicate.
Previously, an adorable eight-year-old from Greater Manchester, England, Tallulah, went out of her way to make the delivery man, Tim Joseph, happy.
“She dropped what was in her hands, signed baby crying and pointed! Wow!!!”
Several viewers were also shocked by how fast the toddler learned sign language and were amazed at the video. One TikTok user commented:
“This is truly one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen.”
“Smart little girl,” another said. “She’s learning two languages together, connecting the two languages as she interacts in her world.”
Learning sign language to communicate with a deaf person certainly would mean the world to them and more, especially when it is a child’s sweet gesture.
Previously, an adorable eight-year-old from Greater Manchester, England, Tallulah, went out of her way to make the delivery man, Tim Joseph, happy. After years of interacting with the deaf delivery man, the two developed a friendship.
Joseph, who delivered parcels to their area twice a week, would find it difficult to communicate with Tallulah. Nevertheless, the little girl always waved at him and expressed gratitude.
One day, Tallulah decided to go the extra mile and learn sign language. When Joseph came, he was taken aback to watch the girl say “Have a good day” in sign language. Certainly, it was a happy moment for both of them.