aw no hunni, i wouldn't worry at all! and your certainly not doing anything wrong!
I bet you'll find one day she just comes out with a load of words! I think 6 understandable words is about right for that age, but either way, iits 6 words you should be proud of =) Just keep talking to her, reading to her, and really do what your doing =) xxx
thanks all, i think i googled too much she is my first and i worry terribly about everything!
all these websites saying she shud be saying dog and cookie and the infamous toddler favourite of no and nothing,
they also said she shud b understanding me when i say things like bring me your shoes etc
she doesnt (or if she does she pretends not too) she does know what her shoes are tho cos shes forever trying to put them on lol.
my lil man is 22months and only really the last month has started to tell me 'no'
Its waaaay to easy to google stuff isnt it?!
at about 15months Kayson had
Mummy/daddy/hi/wow and im sure tere was one or two more..so not many..
but now at 22months...we have a tonne of words and he understands so much...i swear its jsut like a switch and all of a sudden words just come out =) xxx
Paige is almost 15 months, and walked early as soon as she was 10 months. Id say its the last few weeks that she has just started to say everything! Some of them are a bit different from the proper word, but she does say them in context.
She says Baby, ball, dog, bubbles, bath, hiya, uh-oh, wow, shoes, juice, Jasper (mums dog) Niamh (cuz) and a few more she attempts to say. (she can say mum and dad but I dont think she actually says mum to me iykwim?)
Id say your LO is definitely on track and can only learn more and more! So try not to worry
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