Hi, I have an 18 month old who isn't quite at the point of walking or talking.
He is currently in physical therapy and speech therapy. He is taking 5-6 steps alone with my initiation and and the past few days I've noticed he's been initiating it himself a few times. Talking, he is babbling tons of conversations and has been for awhile and is starting to use the beginning consonants of some words. He is shy to most adults at first but warms up quickly and takes on to most kids instantly (except the ones who are mean right off the bat lol). He is very sweet and loving and everything else I read about his age, he is right on track, except for the walking and talking. My question is, should I be worried about the not walking and talking? He is getting the therapy he needs and is showing progress. Has anyone else had a child who was behind (in preferably both areas) and is perfectly fine now?
Answer by myownhappiness at 2:25 PM on Apr. 22, 2011
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