Yes, believe it or not. My daughter is 10 months old and she is already walking and talking. Her Dr. doesn't believe us. When we told him that she was walking, he says "That's highly unlikely at this age." Oh yeah? Maybe it's highly UNUSUAL...but she is doing it. And when we told him that she was talking, saying "Mama, Dada, ice cream, kitty and uh oh." He says, "She probably isn't meaning to say those things. They are just the mumblings of a baby." WHAT!? She says them daily! How could those be mumblings. She even uses "uh oh" in the right situation. She knows who Mama and Dada are. And she is always chasing the kitty, saying "kitty kitty." Sure, she doesn't have the pronounciation down 100%, but she is understandle. ARGH! Why do Dr's always assume that since all other babies aren't doing that at this age, that it's "highly unlikely" that my daughter is doing them.
She has an older brother, whom she learned to walk from. And Mommy and Daddy work hard on words with her. Dumb Dr.
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