Evening ladies :-)
I feel daft asking this given my job, but I'm just after information about how your 2-3 year old went/is going with pronouncing their words and consonants?
DS is still hard to understand at times, which is normal I know, and mispronounces words, which is normal I know, but I am surprised at some of the consonants that he can't seem to say/hear.
So he always mixes up 'n' and 'm' as in 'nolk' (milk. sigh.) and 'mappy', which I'm presuming is a hearing thing. He can't say 'l', it's always a 'y' sound (as in pyane instead of plane) and he can't say the 'r' sound unless it's at the start of a word. He can't say 'h' at the start of a word, and 'j' is 'd'.
He also mishears things so he calls spaghetti 'middles' (as in noodles I guess).
I know it's cute as all get out, but I am starting to wonder if I should be working on his speech a bit more? I don't want to pressure him but I don't want to miss the boat if he needs intervention.
I assume it's probably all normal developmentally but I'd love to hear about your children.