Maureen - posted on 03/27/2011 ( 7 moms have responded )
You'd think after three kids I would know this by now, and I probably wouldn't be concerned if it wasn't for the fact that my two-year-old is a twin...so I constantly have his brother to compare him to. Neither of them seem to be saying as much as I *think* they should be saying at this stage...but Connor seems very far behind. Owen, his twin brother, says many words, and some complete sentences (although not often.) He can count to ten, say the alphabet,and knows his shapes. Connor, however, barely says anything. Very basic things...no sentences...only recognizes a couple of letters and numbers, does not know his shapes, and the things he does say I'm pretty sure I'm the only one who can understand him.
What is the point where you should be concerned at this age? Thanks!