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Bonsoir Hélène, I'm happy to hear that you found this article helpful! That's an incredibly lucky baby to have such early exposure to 3 languages. Good for you for taking an interest in your child's language learning. I've written a few articles on the subject of raising multilingual children as well. My biggest piece of advice is to have a "language plan" and discuss it as a family. It's a lot easier to stick to something if everyone is on the same page. Bonne chance! :)