My son is 3 and is located somewhere on the spectrum of autism. He makes great eye contact and interacts but he social engagment. He babbles, but no actual words. We hear some from time to time like "no" or "stop" and just recently he started to say his name. I guess I'm just curious to see how long other parents waited to hear their children talk in sentences and understand what they're saying. Some days I think it would be easier to know what's wrong when he's crying by asking him instead of trying to figure it out through the little clues he gives me.
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