Re: Anyone do Baby Sign Language?
We also had no kit and like previous posters just started doing a few signs and our DS picked right up on them. More, Please and Milk were the most helpful ones around here.
I also got a couple of sign books for him- one is a board book, pretty generic baby sign thing, and the other is "Sesame Street Sign Language ABC with Linda Bovee". The sesame street one has been really great because it has the characters that he loves, plus all of the letters and several words. My son is 3 now and knows several word signs plus the whole alphabet and can finger spell his name. I will say that it is signed english rather than true ASL (ASL has a different sentence structure than English), but that works fine for our purposes right now.
*Insert list of crunchy mom stuff here*
ISO Zutano and a Ponyo DVD, IHA 2t Antsy Pants and size 1 Piddle Poddle trainers