Three year old talks all the time
My child never stops. But neither do I. So he comes by it honest lol I'd rather have a talker than one who doesn't say anything at all and leaves me guessing.....now THAT would be hard to handle. Constantly having to ask my son how he "feeeeels". No worries. "Mommy, I feel happy today, how about YOU?"
I'm good TYVM lol
Kim - posted on 10/29/2011
My daughter who will turn 3 in 9 days talks non-stop! She has been talking since she turned 1 but at age 2 her vocabulary exploded and now she never shuts up. I love her, she's adorable but sometimes I just want a few minutes of peace and quiet. I have 4 kids and that's very rare, but she definitely talks the most for her age. lol
Jodi - posted on 10/29/2011
My 6 year old never stops. Ever. I asked her one day if she can talk under water. Yes, she can, and she proved it to me.
They stop talking to you when they reach that pre-teen/teenage stage. That's when they learn to shrug and answer you with one word (generally a "whatever", "yep", "nope" or a even nothing at all). And you actually WISH they'd talk to you....... :\
Yep, my 3.5 year old NEVER stops. Except he doesn't talk in his sleep. He's been speaking in paragraphs for a year now.... REALLY hard to keep up, but at least since he did a few months of speech therapy recently I can actually understand him. When he slows down a bit, that is. ;)
Amanda - posted on 10/28/2011
I have a 3 yr old boy and a 2 yr old girl, both talk and sing non stop. My daughter talks, sings, giggles in her sleep.
I do sometimes wish they would be quiet for 5 mins, but if they did I would worry they were up to no good. At least if I can hear I know what they are up to. I love the conversations they have together and the stories they tell
Johnny - posted on 10/27/2011
Yes. Never stops. Well, actually, she's not much of a sleep talker but occasionally I hear her. The stories are fascinating, tonight she told me that another boy in her preschool sits on her head and puts his boogers in her nose, but sometimes I must admit looking wistfully at those quiet kids walking beside their moms. Mine is either talking or singing. She's pretty well-behaved, but man, the only time we get silence is if we are reading to her. Although sometimes if we've read the book enough times, she just recites along with us. Sigh.
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