Okay, so this is gonna be part two to my last sound bite. I'm asking for some mom advice But I'm splitting it up because the two topics really have nothing to do with each other So this is gonna be a part two and this question is How do I get my 10 month old to stop screaming at the top of his lungs? He screams for everything and I'm trying really hard to make sure I'm narrating everything making sure I'm trying to teach him words but he really just screams like he screams for milk. He screams to be picked up. He screams to go down. He screams to play like he is just screaming all the time, like super high pitched, like literally screaming at the top of his lungs. And we live in an apartment building and I'm super nervous that the neighbors are gonna hate us. Like we literally just moved in, so I don't want them to hate us already. I don't know. I want him to like express himself and I'm glad he's trying to communicate. I don't wanna like make him feel bad about it. I just wanna help him learn to use words because he's obviously just screaming because he doesn't know what else to do, you know? So how do you help with that? Do you guys have any other tips for how to get him to start using words? We even do sign language. I try to do signs, but still it's just screaming for everything.