20Chatty: Reaches Milestones Quicker
Because they're chatty, they’ll be trying to communicate with you more, make noises and chat to you all the time.
Although there haven’t been any studies done into this matter, scientists believe, solely through group tracking and observation, that babies that reach milestones quicker tend to be chattier. Being chatty you’re likely to have a certain personality. You’re likely to be more sociable and therefore at that stage in your
development, pick up on social cues, store them away and learn from them.
When they can do so in a language you understand, it’ll be bliss for both you and the baby. So, they'll strive to get there a lot sooner, and that means lots of practice.