2 month old says hello in viral video
Babies are born to listen. She’ll begin to associate sounds, linking the family dog to a bark, for example. Her first communication will be crying, but she’ll soon begin to use her tongue, lips, and palate to make gurgles, oohs, and aahs.
What your baby can understand: Babies as young as 4 weeks can distinguish between similar syllables like “ma” and “na.” As young as 2 months, they begin to associate certain sounds with certain lip movements.
Talk to your baby! And look at her when you are talking to her; let her see your face. Keep up a running conversation whenever you change her diaper or feed her, whenever you take her shopping or out for a walk in the woods. Talk to her just like you would talk to an adult, telling her about your plans, showing her a bird’s nest, and asking her questions. She will learn about the inflections and intonations of conversation and over time will respond to you in kind.