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amother




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Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:05 pm
Words like mama, dada, more
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Hyacinth
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:06 pm
6/7 months
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Blushpink
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:08 pm
amother [ OP ] wrote:
Words like mama, dada, more

Very first word was abba at 10.5 months.
Probably 5 words by a year, and at least 20-30 at 15 months. Now at 19 months I don't think I could count.
However every kid is so different!! I know someone whose toddler just started talking for real at 19 months and thats normal too.
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Feverfew
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:10 pm
My baby is 17 months and no talking.
I am a speech therapist Can't Believe It
Not so worried
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amother




Blushpink
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:12 pm
amother [ Feverfew ] wrote:
My baby is 17 months and no talking.
I am a speech therapist Can't Believe It
Not so worried

Shoemakers kids Laugh
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Lemon
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:12 pm
My granddaughter is almost 2 & just started saying words.
I hope she’s ok.
I’m
The mil so have to 🤐
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amother




Blushpink
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:13 pm
amother [ Lemon ] wrote:
My granddaughter is almost 2 & just started saying words.
I hope she’s ok.
I’m
The mil so have to 🤐

As I understand it, the actual act of talking is less important than the overall socioemotional development and communication/understanding skills.
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BrisketBoss




 
 
 
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:16 pm
amother [ Lemon ] wrote:
My granddaughter is almost 2 & just started saying words.
I hope she’s ok.
I’m
The mil so have to 🤐


That was my first kid. I don't remember exactly but it was around 2, maybe past.
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amother




Indigo
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:20 pm
My baby is almost 22 months and doesn't really say any double syllables. She says some sounds and did so very late. She does have excellent receptive language skills. She's getting to an age where it is starting to frustrate her that she can't communicate her needs well.
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amother




Rainbow
 

Post Sun, Jul 03 2022, 7:29 pm
Kids are different. I've had early talkers and late ones. My just turned 2yr old can retell events that happened at daycare that day. My 4 yr old had just 10 words in his vocabulary when he was that age. His overall social emotional interaction were fine, as well as his receptive language but he was super frustrated because he knew exactly what he wanted but couldn't communicate effectively so we did get him speech therapy.
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