Logan is 17 months old and doesn't talk a lot. This worries me because I see my sisters 17 month old and she will repeat anything you say. I know that girls tend to talk sooner than boys so I do need to be paitent, but at what point should I worry? He says Momma, Dad, Night-Night, Hi, and More when he wants more of something. He has said other words but not consistantly, just once. He shakes his head for yes and no. He is very active and is a good Climber, (pray for us that he doesn't fall befor I catch him). I work with him on his speach and I see him looking at my lips but strugling to make the sounds. He will put his lips together like mine are when I say the words but nothing. He has a good understanding of language because you can have a conversation with him. If you talk to him he will answer and then he will wait for you to talk some more and then he will answer in bable. What do you thing?
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