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21 month old and speech?
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Posted 13 January 2020 - 12:18 PM
So my 21month old understands everything you say, has reached all his milestones on time, interacts well and is all over just a typical boy BUT he doesn't talk! He can say a few words and every now and then he will randomly say a new word but when I compare him to my daughter at the same age it's very different. I've read that it's nothing to be concerned about and some toddlers just take much longer. My nephew was 2 before he started to talk and his fine.
I guess I'm just looking for reassurance?
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Posted 23 January 2020 - 09:55 PM
If you feel something isn't right defiantly go get it checked out.
My DS is now 3.5 and I have only just even tho had doubts everyone told me he will talk when his ready. Never really didn't start, he follows instructions very well and I would
Never of guessed but apparently his death and is only hearing parts of the words we say hence why his speech is so delayed.
I also noticed a huge difference as now DD is 2 her speech is amazing. Hope you figure it out and everything goes well 😊
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