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    My DD is 12.5 months and doesn't have any real words! That sounds like heaps to me. DD says mama and dada but I don't think they're actually directed at us yet, she is just as likely to say mama or dada to the dog or her toys. She doesn't point either. At our 12 month check the MCHN said not to worry, as long as she is babbling and making some sounds she is fine.
    So I think your DD is doing really well!

  2. #12
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    Thanks girls!!

    She really loves putting her shapes in those box things but instead of doing it normally she takes the lid off and shakes it until it falls in LOL! shes really funny

    We have amother paed app because we are having tonsils removed so I will see if shes traveling ok.

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