A simple quick post here.
Daisy knows and has known the BSL sign for shoes for ages. It’s familiar, secure, both used and understood.
Admittedly, her dominant hand slips of her secondary hand, wrist, forearm, elbow and half way up her upper arm, but the meaning is clear.
She also much prefers being barefoot – possibly something else inherited or learned from me. I took her to the park yesterday and as we approached she tugged my arm and did the shoe sign in reverse. Her secondary hand over her primary one, slipped off and away. A very clear “Can I take my shoes off, please, Daddy?” question.
I have no idea how to actually formally sign that question but she found a way to ask it!