What developmental level is your two year old on?

Felicia - posted on 05/07/2011 ( 10 moms have responded )

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I'm just curious do anyone else's 2.5 year old can hold a conversation, speaks what's on his mind and lets you know if he disagrees with what youre asking him?

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Yep she is a little chatter box.Many people are fascinated with how smart she is but we tell them, yes she is but its nothing compared to how well her big sister spoke.I think children are born just so smart these days.Compared to when we were young.Its amazing how clever and smart they have become.lol.

Sneaky - posted on 05/08/2011

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My eldest daughter was barely talking by the age of three - she had hearing problems and has just started to out grow them. Language wise she was all 'caught up' by about the age of 4.5 yrs. They all do it differently!

Ez - posted on 05/08/2011

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Yep to all 3. My daughter was 2 in February and was a very early talker. She never shuts up. Ever.

Charlie - posted on 05/08/2011

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My two and a half year old can express himself quite clearly a succicntly .

Danielle - posted on 05/07/2011

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Nope to all three.
My son will be three in September and has sever language delays. Recently, he has started to pick up a lot more words but still isn't use to them so he often says them wrong.
We are currently underway to get him check for Autism as he shows multiple signs of this condition.

Mabel - posted on 05/07/2011

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Yes and I even have him make choices on what he wants for breakfast and when we find him new clothes at the store he gets to pick what he likes.He will say if his tummy hurts or if he is scared .He told a guy at the games store today "Thank you gentlemen."

Serene - posted on 05/07/2011

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No, I couldn't understand half of what my son was saying when he was 2.5 years old. Now he will be 3 next month I can understand everything that he says and he likes to disagree alot with me. It took him time to pick up his language because he has tubes in his ears.

Katherine - posted on 05/07/2011

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ALL of the above. My daughter throws enormous temper tantrums if she doesn't get her way. She too says "no" a lot, that's her favorite word.

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Yeah, all 3 of mine did that at that age. My son (3 now) does have a bit of a speech delay though. His therapist thought it may be cuz his mouth can't keep up w/ his brain. ;)

Jenni - posted on 05/07/2011

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Yes to all three. He especially likes to disagree with nearly *everything* I ask him. His favourite word is NO! Unless of course it's to do with getting a treat. I think that's the only time he says: "yes." ;)

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