Lina - posted on 01/21/2010 ( 10 moms have responded )
my doughter seldom did baby bubling when she was a baby (they say babies have to do it at the age of two months). to tell the truth, despite me talikng to her almost all the time during the day, she did say agu and bubu for sveral times until she was nine months.
at the age of nine months she said her first meaningful and understanded by her word "ba-ba", wiht the meaning of climbing upstairs (in our language it would sound like "o-pa-pa"). at the age of a year her vocabulary was wider in comparison to most children of the same age. now she talks a lot, yet some letters are not pronounced at all.
are there any babies/kids, who didnt baby bubble in early days and now have great language skils. waiting for the answers from all the moms wiht the remark is the baby spending days with mum/dad or getting a day care.