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Developmental Milestones

Learn about your baby and toddler developmental milestones! Check if you are on track, when to worry, and how to work on skills like language, potty training, and feeding!

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Lack of Sleep: Is it Bad for My Child’s Speech Development?

Every parent worries about how much sleep their kids should get. The day-to-day issues of dealing with children and a lack of sleep become really…

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Babies Learn Grammar Before They Speak

All parents can appreciate the profound moment of their baby’s first words. I remember being so excited when my daughter finally said “mama,” because she…

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6 Stages of Play in Kids (and Play Ideas for Each Stage)

Jump to the second part of the blog, if you are searching for some practical advice, how to plan your toddler activities according to their…

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Infants and Learning through Listening

Listening is an important skill that requires a child to hear a message, understand it, and then act accordingly. Young children who have listening difficulties…

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Fart Jokes and Why Toddlers Like Them So Much

If your toddler is reaching the bathroom humor phase of life, chances are that they find these jokes hilarious! And while a little bit of…

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Child Development: When Should My Child Combine Words?

One of the most worried about concerns for parents regarding child development is to know when their child will be able to communicate effectively. It’s…

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When Do Toddlers Start Talking? - From Combining 2 Words to Full Sentences

Communication is a very involved process. It starts with cooing, making sounds, babbling, and then progresses to word formation. The final step is combining words…

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Why Kids Enjoy Animal Sounds so Much?

If you have ever watched a baby’s reaction to animal sounds like these, they will often react with a smile or a laugh. But, have…

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What Does ‘Cognition’ Mean and Why Is It Important?

Cognition consists of the mental activities involved in how your child comprehends and receives information presented to them in their environment. It’s all about acquiring knowledge and…

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How Long Does it Take for a Late Talker to Start Talking?

I wish I could tell you a specific time frame, but I just cannot. Every child develops at his/her own rate of speed and there…

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My son was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss in both ears last year, and after his surgery, Speech Blubs is the best app to get him on track with kids his age.

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Potty Training for Late Talkers

Children learning to use the bathroom also learn the vocabulary associated with potty training. If your toddler has a speech delay, they may not be able…

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When Do Babies Start Walking and Talking

If you have children and have done your research, you know MOST children take their first steps somewhere between 10 and 12 months. It’s our…

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Can Going to Kindergarten Help Speech Development?

I’m going to make my responses short and sweet. Oh, and they’re the same from both a professional AND a mom perspective. The answer ….

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Preschoolers with Older Siblings Develop Speech Slower. Why?

Studies on siblings and language development show that children from large families develop communication skills more slowly because of less attention from parents.  However, more…

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Parentese - More Than Just “Baby Talk”

As a speech pathologist, it would always make me cringe to hear parents talking to their babies in this way. Annoyance level notwithstanding, it’s just…

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When Do Babies Start Talking?

When does Babbling Turn into Talking? With regard to babbling and communication, I can’t really tell you how long it’s going to take for your…