Your baby will learn to talk in stages, beginning with sighs and coos, followed by strung-together consonant-vowel sounds — what's often called babbling.
Baby babbles like "a-ga" and "a-da" eventually combine to create basic words and word-sounds.
But be patient, Mom and Dad: It's going to take a while for baby's brain to associate word-like sounds like "ma-ma" and "da-da" with their real meanings. (Still, it's fun to imagine that your honey is really saying Mama and Dada by month 6 — and you wouldn't be the first proud parents to believe it!)
Make photos of your baby cooing and babbling, upload to the App. Write what babbles the little one pronounces.