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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    My daughter is two in April and I think she's a bit behind but after reading this I think she is the same as your kids (fine)! I think as mums we worry and compare.

    She says cat, dog, gogos milk (hugo is she accidentally gets a formula bottle). Keys, button, makes the pig noise but won't say peppa :/ coco (our dog) she can count to ten but still gets mixed up. She won't let me read to her (she's very independent and likes to do it herself she bables a lot lately I'm wondering if the sentence forming is coming

    I would def get ears checked not just hearing but adenoids/grommets. My dd had hers done and within a couple weeks she was different kid
    Did your DD have hearing problems or just fluid? My DS hears fine but he has fluid behind the ears, so we are getting referred to an ear nose and throat specialised, but the paed didn't think it was urgent.

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    They are starting to do lots of early intervention now. We've just gone through the Hanen it takes two program for early speech delay. We started when ds2 was 18 months. At that stage he had 5 words and is now speaking much better.

    I know it seems early but our family has a history of speech problems (ds1 has just started speech) so I knew I had to nail it early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekychook View Post
    Did your DD have hearing problems or just fluid? My DS hears fine but he has fluid behind the ears, so we are getting referred to an ear nose and throat specialised, but the paed didn't think it was urgent.
    Fluid, plus ear infections. It was her tonsils that was major problem. You don't need a paed for any of this. I didn't trust my paed saying my son should be ok (I'm a OCD worry wart.) so I booked in with speech, physio etc. He's ten months old (he doesn't talk but has trouble eating etc.. Def get it checked if your concerned


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