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13-08-2015 11:53 #21Senior Member
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13-08-2015 12:46 #22
As hard as it is try not to compare between kids. They are all SO different! My ds says 30+ words and has 15+ signs at 18 months but physically he is "behind" most other kids his age and didn't walk until 16 months. They all do stuff in their own time.
Talking and reading to them heaps will help though. If you don't know what to say just talk about what you are doing or planning or thinking. Their comprehension will far out pace their number of words.
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