What’s more adorable than to watch a baby hear his mother’s voice for the first time.
Those who were born completely deaf and only learned sign language will, not surprisingly, think in sign language. What is surprising is those who were born completely deaf but learn to speak through vocal training will occasionally think not only in the particular sign language that they know, but also will sometimes think in the vocal language they learned, with their brains coming up with how the vocal language sounds. Primarily though, most completely deaf people think in sign language. Similar to how an “inner voice” of a hearing person is experienced in one’s own voice, a completely deaf person sees or, more aptly, feels themselves signing in their head as they “talk” in their heads. In this article that we have, we let you watch a video of a deaf baby who was given a hearing aid and for his first time hearing his mother’s voice.
It’s difficult sometimes to appreciate the little things in life, like hearing your loved ones say hello. But for baby Elijah and his family, this was a moment they had waited for since Elijah was born. At 7 months, Elijah was able to hear his mother speak to him for the very first time, having being born partially hearing impaired. With the hearing aids given to him, Elijah was able to hear his mom’s voice for the first time and his reaction is absolutely heartwarming
Via: They Gave This Baby a Hearing Aid – Watch What Happens When He Hears Mom for the First Time
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