My baby doesn’t talk at all, he is yelling!

Postnatal, Your questions

I’m writing to you because I’m a little worried. My baby doesn’t talk at all. He is constantly yelling but doesn’t say “mom” and “dad” like other children around. He points, he understands. However, how can we help him to speak and say words? Honestly, I don’t know what to do. Thanks in advance, Clara.


Hello Clara,

Here is a good question! In such case, many parents are worried about, just like you. There are a few practical tips for you and your lover so that you can promote language in your baby! Please read my articles on developing language from 0 to 1 year old which I wrote with a speech therapist to answer your question. Looking forward to meet you there,

Marie

The baby expert

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My baby doesn’t talk at all, he is yelling!

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