Baby sign language
FARGO, N.D. - As soon as Joseph Belzer wakes up in the morning, he tells his mom he's hungry. And he doesn't have to say a word.
He simply puts his fingers to his lips.
That's the motion for "eat" in baby sign language, a modified form of American Sign Language many area parents use to communicate with their infant children.
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