If you have an hour to spare, this is a great presentation from a hearing mother of two kids, one who’s deaf, and a great example of doing parenting RIGHT. I had my doubts at first when someone shared this on Facebook and said it was “inspirational,” because I was expecting inspiration porn. But a few minutes in I was pretty convinced it wasn’t. At 25:41 she talks a bit about incidental language and how hearing children learn and absorb language through osmosis and so deaf children should have that same constant access to ASL models, and I was like, YES. This woman gets it. Later on she talks about the benefits of ASL on babies, deaf children, other people/children with disabilities, and everyone.