Thanks the stutter has slowed down already, she only seems to do it when she's excited or has a lot going on now, so hopefully it was just the beginning of a developmental leap or something and she's starting to catch up to herself!
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27-10-2016 00:47 #11
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27-10-2016 06:39 #12
My kids have had same, and it really seems to be that their brains are processing faster than their vocal chords can express. I encourage them to think through what they want to say and it helps them slow it down and express without the stutter.
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