My dd is very understandable, she knows her colors, and around the time she turned 4 was able to count to 20, now she can count to 50. She can run, jump, stand on one foot, etc. She actually relishes her "alone time", and she sleeps in her own bed, although she shares a room with her younger sister. She's about to turn 5, but most of this, aside from the counting, she was doing around 3 1/2-4. She's neuro typical, possibly a bit advanced according to the pedi.
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Quoting zolanmel:Can you understand them? Do they know their colors? Can they count to 10? Can they run and jump? Do they have issues being alone? Do they sleep alone?
Is your child neuro typical or delayed?
Quoting 1moretolove:My 4 yo is easy to understand, knows all her colors and numbers, can count to 100 with minimal assistance, she runs, hops and balances on one foot. Imho, I believe she is somewhat advanced for her age.
Quoting Jenniy:Is 5 today!!!! Lol and he's nonverbal and global delays.
well she talks, runs jumps, potty trained at home, day night, out of the house, she can feed her self, drink from a cup, play with her sisters, brush her teeth, count, name colors, cant read yet tho but can identify numbers and letters. she can pretty much do anything except make her own food and pour her own drinks lol. So i guess typical.
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