When in doubt, take your child to a speech pathologist for an evaluation. If they determine he needs their services they will let you know. It could have to do w/ his hearing (so maybe an appt. w/ an ENT) and it could be some other developmental delays. To find out & put your mind at ease, make an appt. GL
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