15 months old baby

Question: my son is 15 months old. he is speaking few words..but it is not clear...worried a bit please help

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Answer: Hello dear mom. Every child is different and also their bodies.some children gain weight easily and some dont.And some starts talking early and some dont. So you do not need to worry about the child's milestones as long as the child is active and playing and gradually walking forwards his goals.. Sometimes its our mistake as we have become so busy in our lives that we forget to talk to our kids i would suggest you to talk more and try choose one language .. speech delay can be a reason of multiple language use. Kindly try these 2 things with your child.. Hope they will work
Answer: Hello Rushing the kids will not work as the more u force ur baby the more they ll hesitate due to the pressure. Children start talking or rather mouthing words by 14 to 18 months. Try playing rhyms with animal sounds so they can start mouthing the words or animal sounds start by encouraging them try dancing with rhyme and say the moo baa wuf with the rhymes the kids are very fast with imitating so they ll soon start imitating u in no time. Once he starts telling the sounds start with Johnny johnny or incy Vinci spider. So he can start with this again.
Answer: Learning to talk takes a long time. Your child won't be able to form two-word or three-word sentences until he's well into his second year, or even later. But you can help the process from day one. Try the following to help your baby progress: Talk to your baby simply, clearly and often. It doesn't matter if he doesn't understand what you are saying. he will love having your attention. Take lots of opportunities to talk, listen and respond to your baby during the day. You can do this when you’re bathing or feeding her, or changing his nappy.
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    Sapna Sanjay892 days ago

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Answer: Hello! Rushing your son to speak is not going to help. Your son is just 15 months old and now they can speak only monosyllables. Hence give him time he will definitely speak properly. Till then speak to him more. Make exciting stories and tell him adding lots of interesting words. Play rhymes and dance and sing with them. Use words like wuff, ooh, toddlers learn by imitating you.....happy parenting
Answer: Hii don't worry. Dis is normal. U can Engage n conversations with baby .Speak & Pause let baby respond it will help to learn the word .Use different Syllables while talking .Also try to explain your baby's babble. All the best.
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    Sapna Sanjay892 days ago

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