My two year old, Jakob, seems to have what we think is a speech impediment. When he talks, he repeats the last sound in the word.
For Example, His favorite words:
Daddy, e, e, e
Steps, ss, ss, ss
Door, or, or, or
Puppy One, n, n, n
Please, ss, ss, ss
And so on...
I don't know if this is a stage that he will eventually grow out of, or if there is need for special treatment for it. We can't get him to stop saying it, no matter how hard we try. He will always say it the same with the repeated sound at the end. I've never experienced this, with my children or others. I'm looking for gentle advice regarding this (possible) concern.
Answer by bridgeh2o at 1:59 AM on May. 23, 2009
Answer by busymamma503 at 9:39 AM on May. 23, 2009