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December 3, 2013 at 12:39 pm

Good evening , I just finished reading your article which i found though the brilliant site that is pinterest. My daughter is 19 months old and i feel she not really developing speech wise.She say daddie , hi and what sounds like one,two,three,four when climbing the steps on her slide but in struggling to teach her new words . She still babbles alot is that normal for her age or is it something i should be concerned about ? Xx

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January 20, 2014 at 2:53 pm

Hi my son is 21months old. He says a total of 20 clear words. An can say three phrases which is byebye, all gone an uh-oh… He understands more than he says though! I can tell him to throw things in the trash, put his dishes in the sink an does exactly that! I wanted to know should I be worried that he doesn’t say more words?

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January 21, 2014 at 11:02 am

Hi Raven, when it comes to speech & language development, we have to look at the whole child and not just the number of words he can say, to determine if he/she may need some help along. We have to look at how he uses those words, how he uses non verbal communication (such as gestures, facial expressions, eye contact, etc), and his overall development. Because of this, it is impossible for me to know if your child is on track. If you are concerned, I recommend getting a screening from a speech pathologist to ease your mind. Good luck!

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January 20, 2014 at 8:25 pm

Hi, great blog! I am here, of course, because I have some concerns about my daughter. She is 21 months old and knows how to say about 20 words (some more pronounced than others). However, I noticed that many of the words, she expresses as sounds. For example, I’ll say cow and she’ll say moo, I’ll say duck and she’ll say quack. I’ll say cat and she’ll say meow. I’m not asking her about the animal sounds but she won’t repeat the words. The other concern is she will insist on calling both of her brothers Henry even though one is Henry and one is Charlie. She will not even attempt to repeat. Sometimes, it looks like she’s repeating but she’ll still say Henry not Charlie (or even something close to it). It seems like she says and hears something different. She also tends to use the same sound for a number of things. We are bilingual. We’re teaching her how to speak Polish but she hears her brothers speak English all the time. We can’t get them to stop. She hears us speak English sometimes when we’re on the phone etc. My eldest son developed regularly, my younger son almost spoke fluently by the age of 20 months. At 18 months he was able to sing a 4-verse song or say a 4-verse prayer. All my daughter can repeat at this age is “Amen”. Should I be concerned? I just want to say that she’s a great communicator but it’s all faces, sounds such as ooohhh with a variety of intonations. She points to pretty much anything you ask her so she knows the words. She follows many commands and if she doesn’t know it, she picks up really quickly. She’s just very reluctant to repeat words.

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January 21, 2014 at 11:06 am

Hi Kelly, welcome! It sounds like your daughter has a lot of great skills! It is hard to know if her reluctance to repeat words is really an issue without seeing her in person. If you are concerned I would recommend getting her screened by an SLP to ease your mind. Good luck!

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January 23, 2014 at 11:26 pm

Hello our son is 21months old he doesnt speak a single word just makes Sounds but follows all other instructions likegettin this climbing stairs is it normal

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January 24, 2014 at 1:43 pm

Hi there, by 21 months old I’d want your child to have many words, so hearing that he is not speaking any words is concerning. I would try to get him in for an assessment by an SLP to see how you may be able to help him along. Good luck!

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January 28, 2014 at 5:48 am

Can u please tell what is slp what do u think it can be Please advice

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February 18, 2014 at 1:06 am

Hi, my son is 17 months and has about 10 words. He understands a lot more. My concern is that sometimes, when he is busy with something, he has no reaction when I call him. Should I be worried?he imitates everything, started to feed the toys. Tbanks

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March 18, 2014 at 10:15 pm

We have a 18 month old and he just says mama and dada is this normal

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September 18, 2014 at 6:44 am

I just recently found your site and am grateful for the information. We have my 22-mo old son in speech therapy twice a month and also weekly visits with a behavior specialist through the state’s Help Me Grow Program. He’s been evaluated by a couple different agencies and each ones says he is not on the ASD but he does have a significant language delay. At 18 months he was diagnosed at 9 months language. Starting at 6-9 months he consistently babbled and he even said Dada and Mama and his one word “good”. By 20 months he lost all his babbling and his sole word. Now he grunts or whines or squeals to communicate, or takes our hands and leads us to what he needs. He has been picking up sign language rapidly lately which I see as progress but he still doesn’t really point to what he wants. I guess my question is why do some children have language regression, and what is the prognosis for a child like mine? Will he ever speak, and if so, what age can I expect that? I know every child is different. Thank you.

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September 19, 2014 at 4:44 pm

Hi Mindy,

Unfortunately, we do not always know the cause of delays or regressions. As far as prognosis….again that is impossible for me to say, especially without working with your child. What I find useful for projecting possible prognoses is 1) Doing a very thorough assessment including gathering as much information on the child as possible from pregnancy on (including family history and relevant medical history) and 2) working with the child for several months to see how the child is learning and generalizing new skills. The combination of past and present knowledge can help write goals and plan and implement the best treatment possible.

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July 30, 2015 at 10:08 am

Hi!! I was hoping to receive some advice/help about my little boy (turns 21 months old on Aug. 6th, 2015). He currently sees an OT and a ST. OT is to help with play/focus/attention, as he is a VERY active little boy, who has been described as “hyperactive” by his OT. I have a VERY hard time getting him to sit still to read/look at books, and have a hard time getting him to try to say words back to me or even trying to form words at all. He has a very limited vocabulary…dog, bye, hi/hey, bug (buh), balloon (ba), Mama, Daddy (Daa-ee), bird (buh), ball (bah), duck (duh), clock (dock with an “L” sound after), and please (bay or pay)…and that’s pretty much it. He knows a few signs…milk, more has morphed into want, and please. He will attempt to say please while signing, but WILL NOT attempt to say milk or more/want while signing. He has made extremely slow progress, but progress nonetheless. His ST is still in an evaluation period with him because she is swapping out from his original therapist who left (which he only saw for about 6 or so visits). I work with my son every day at home. I want so badly to help him…however possible. I asked his ST about coming in more than once a week (for 45 minutes), and she said now wouldn’t be good, but maybe later as he progresses. My husband and I feel like this…children can’t go to school for 45 minutes, once a week, and learn hardly anything, so what is the answer? Would more frequent visits help or hurt at this point? What more is out there for me to do/use to help him progress as quickly as possible?? Please, I feel like I’ve hit a wall, and just don’t know what I’m doing!! Thank you!!!

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August 13, 2015 at 1:15 pm

Hello, I just stubbled upon your site doing research for my own blog post on using books to stimulate language in toddlers. I am also a mother of three and a SLP. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with your readers! It really helps to have a reference regarding speech-language developmental norms. Allyson

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January 10, 2016 at 6:28 am

Hi, thanks for your article, my son is 20 months just babbles, says, dada and mama. I also have a 3 year old daughter she was talking and had had formed words by his age. I am wondering if having a them so close together has anything to do with him not speaking as much as she is largely outgoing and strong willed and he is quiet and goes with the flow??

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April 14, 2016 at 6:00 pm

I am so happy i found this blog, my son is 19 months and it seems like he has lost words instead of learning new ones. He can say mama, da da, Bad, Dog, Bye, baba used to say car and if you show him a cow he will say moo. He seems to have the b’s down more. My pediatrician said not to worry as he is on track , he fully understands what you are asking of him and to do something he will go get his clothes and take them off, throw trash away but for some reason is not picking up any new words. He likes to point alot and say ah! We read to him all the time and get down to his level to try to get him to repeat us but nothing, should we be concerned?

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September 20, 2016 at 11:54 pm

My boy will be 2 in 2 months.Iam little worried or was worried.He uses almost 50 to 55 words and learning new words daily.Started combining words like mummy come,where is daddy? and Daddy there.But not clear sometimes.Dear katie I have a doubt.pl answer Is it possible for this 22 months old to repeat every word or sentences that we talk to them and ask them to repeat.?This one most of the time repeats and sometimes No.

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October 7, 2016 at 5:33 pm

HI MY 22 MONTH OLD BARELY SPEAKS AT ALL HE SAYS BUBBLE FOR BUBBLE GUPPIES AND I LOVE U AND DADDY THATS IT IM REALLY WORRIED ABOUT HIM ANY ADVICE

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July 11, 2017 at 4:32 pm

Hi! Just wondering, my 17 month old has over 400 words (crazy!!) and puts them together in two, three, sometimes four plus word sentences. Yesterday he said as we were leaving a wedding shower “Take balloon Elliott please momma!” He also knows his colors, labeling things correctly himself “blue car, tall brown house” and can count to 30 and has memorized and can fill in every other word of several of his favorite books. So I haven’t been worried about his speaking – BUT in reading your article, I just realized I’ve never heard him ask a question! Not even like a “what is?” Or “where dog” or anything. How can I encourage him to ask questions. Should I worry at all about that? I thought he was doing great in this department until o realized that! Thanks!

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