Is your 2 year old speaking clearly, and in complete sentences?

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Reham - posted on 11/26/2011

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My daughter is now talking most of the words and frequency of what you hear, but not the most words correctly and still can not pronounce many of the letters correctly

Janet - posted on 11/10/2011

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Yes, my daughter has been talking in full sentences (very clearly) since about 15 months! Now she is our chatter box and never stops talking.

Susan - posted on 11/08/2011

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My son has been chattering away since he was about 18 months, but he has been in daycare since he was 8 months so I attribute alot of it to that fact. He speaks clearly when he wants something, but when he gets too excited he falls back into babble. He loves to "talk" on the phone and will usually say one or two sentences and the rest is keywords..

Vicki - posted on 11/07/2011

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Nope, generally 2 or 3 words together, often I'm the only one that understands them. My nephew on the other hand speaks in full paragraphs. Have checked with our local child health nurse. Both are variations of normal.

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Jennifer - posted on 12/08/2011

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No my two year doesnt but we just found out that he may have a problem, so if you are thinking your two year old is behind in speech its best to get a second opinion as there could be a problem

Melissa - posted on 12/01/2011

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yes she is, im pretty proud about it too! shes smart as a whip this one! she is practicing all of the material her big brother is learning at school. number and letter recognition. she blows my mind every day!

Kimberly - posted on 11/14/2011

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@Sheronda, Thanks. My son speaks mostly in complete sentences, but sometimes he babbles lol. I was just curious what other two year olds his age were doing.

Sheronda - posted on 11/14/2011

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My son is 27 months and he has been speaking in sentences for a few months now, but he is mostly understood by me because I am around him a lot. Other people only understand about 30% of what he says. Now he uses me a lot instead of saying I. But heck, he is only 2. I try not to worry about mine talking a lot because all kids don't do things at the same time. The best thing to do is talk to the pediatrician and see what he/she thinks. I also look on youtube at videos that help children with different things. You can learn alot form youtube. Hope this helps.

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