Carrie and Aaron Friesen sit with their three children, Camille, 3, Gideon, 12 weeks old, and Aliza, 1, in the living room of their home in Bluffton. The Friesens teach their children basic sign language to help them communicate their wants and needs better.
Carrie and Aaron Friesen sit with their three children, Camille, 3, Gideon, 12 weeks old, and Aliza, 1, in the living room of their home in Bluffton. The Friesens teach their children basic sign language to help them communicate their wants and needs better. Delayna Earley/Staff photo
Carrie and Aaron Friesen sit with their three children, Camille, 3, Gideon, 12 weeks old, and Aliza, 1, in the living room of their home in Bluffton. The Friesens teach their children basic sign language to help them communicate their wants and needs better. Delayna Earley/Staff photo

Local parents use sign language to bridge communication gap with babies

October 08, 2012 12:01 AM

UPDATED October 07, 2012 03:50 PM

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