Vivi has been using baby sign language since December, but recently she's added a bunch of new signs to her "vocabulary". It's fun to see her use it to communicate. I'm eager for her to get to the point of saying the sign at the same time she's doing the sign. With Owen, he started doing that around 20 months (if I remember correctly) and then a few months later he had dropped most of the signs and would just talk.
This is Vivi's sign for "more". The real sign is putting your finger tips together, but she takes her right pointer and puts it into her palm.
The other signs she uses on a daily (or almost daily) basis are: milk, bath, eat, daddy, please, all done, sleep, airplane, dog, and pear.