At Baby Bug’s last well-baby check-up, not only was the Pediatrician concerned about her appearance but she also made a comment on her lack of vocabulary skills.
She is now 15 months old and she hasn’t form a single comprehensible word. Of course, there are times when I swear she says “Mama” or “Hi” but those are few and far between. Then again I could just be imagining it.
I know they say that all children develop at their own pace and that you shouldn’t compare them, but I can’t help it. Girlie Girl knew her alphabet by the time she was 18 months. How can I not think about that?
When did your kids start talking? Any advice on how I can help develop her vocabulary? I read to her every day and try to engage her in conversation whenever I can. Who knows, maybe one day she’ll open her mouth and start talking in sentences!
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