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    Default Hold me

    I'd like for my toddler to sign 'hold me please'. And is the sign the same for 'pick me up' too, if not, please explain. Thanks so much!

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    Well, Alli does the traditional toddler sign version-both arms out and up. But somehow, I don't think that's ASL.
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    Sorry, I don't know, but I like the great picture in your signature!
    That's very cool!

    Antonia

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    Thanks! Perhaps that'll do

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    I like your siggy picture too. Daniel is a day younger than your daughter. When he wants me to pick him up, he simply looks up at me and signs "up".

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    With both of my children, we signed UP PLEASE, which just seemed a little nicer than the insistent UP UP UP UP UP we used to get when my son was little. Once we added the PLEASE, it was still amazing to see how many times he could sign UP PLEASE, UP PLEASE, UP PLEASE in two seconds.
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    The sign for hold is both fists stacked on top of each other, thumbs facing you. hold me, then is the Hold sign brought towards yourself. (Hold you is the hold sign directed toward the other person.)
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