Reblogging again since it is now cold season and, despite the fact that you would think this is common sense, I still have to ask strangers to please stop touching my daughter literally every time we go out. Please remember that what we view as a simple cold can actually put some babies in the hospital!
“Delilah,” he exclaimed, pulling her to face him. “What’s wrong?”
Mineshaft, she signed. Explosion, Henry…come quick.
“I’m sorry,” he said, shaking his head in confusion. “Something about…Henry? Delilah, I can’t understand you when you sign so…
I keep telling you: semaphore.
It would probably be easier to learn than the way I’ve started typing the fingerspelling. Holy crap there’s a reason Belle doesn’t talk much to him in this story.
I need this dude to learn some more signs right quick.
Can he pick up lip reading? Or notes over snapchat with a candle near by to burn everything.
I just remembered something, what about a small dry erase board? I went to a music camp every summer during high school. One year a deaf girl attended. She could lip read, but very few of the other campers knew ASL. So she took around a mini dry erase board. It sounds strange, but it really worked.