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I have a 5 month old baby girl

I’m native Arabic speaker – also my English is fluent – and Turkish is very good (the country language)

Her dad is Turkish native speaker and his English is very good

Currently I try to talk Arabic when I’m alone with her when her daddy is around I talk English and he talks Turkish .

In beginning I was thinking talk Arabic when I’m alone with her and Turkish when her daddy is alone with her and if we r both around we speak English but her dad doesn’t spend much time so it wasn’t working and he speaks Turkish most of the time he is around so I switch to the first one I mentioned.

I wonder is that ok? Is there a better system to follow?

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