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#76 ~*Sharon*~

Posted 05 May 2010 - 09:52 PM

Oops - I just realised how long that last post ended up! Sorry. blush.gif I was trying to rush it down before I put the kids to bed! I did forget to put down that toby's spacial skills are awesome. That is one thing he has really done better at than hannah.

I am on the iPhone so this will be brief, but I took this while I was putting the kids to bed:


(hope it works!!)

his general speach is a lot clearer than that, but when he is reciting it gets a little jumbled. He also goes quiet when he is not sure of what he is saying (except at the end - that part is whispered). He also puts on silly voices at times (thanks to hannah's influence!) hannah had a turn after him, and needed prompting every other page!

#77 ~*Sharon*~

Posted 05 May 2010 - 10:00 PM

Kay - toby didn't start talking until he was over 2. He knew a handful of words, but didn't speak clearly. I asked his paed about it, and he pretty much said that he was a boy and a second child. If he hadn't picked up in 6 months then it might be worth looking at.

#78 Kay1

Posted 06 May 2010 - 07:40 AM

Yeah Nate didn't talk til he was 2.5years. I think he had a few more words by now than Leo but he didn't say any two syllable words til after 2.5 years.

#79 Kay1

Posted 06 May 2010 - 07:44 AM

Very cute Sharon!

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