a slice of life with Miche
1. It's ridiculous that you have to wait so long.2. Some kids are slower than others, some faster. My kid walked at 12 months, my niece and my friend's daughter at 14+ months, my other friend's boy at 9 months and 3 days.3. My thoughts? Don't worry but do what you need to do. Assessments are not "final", just that, assessments. My 2.5 year old recently started stuttering...no idea if I should worry, or not. I decided not. For now.
We had some worries with Josephine, and they pretty much resolved themselves by the time the appointment rolled around. The problem with dipthongs, the stutter, all of except for the w for l - gone. I'm sure it will all work out in the end - it's just too bad you have to wait so long to take the next step.
Hopefully, the situation will resolve itself between now and then. That's a horribly long time to wait, though, isnt' it? Better to be on the list, I guess, than not. How frustrating!DaniGirl
Thanks ladies. We're trying not to be worried.My main concern is that the therapist will "find" something to work on that isn't really an issue. *shrug* It's a long way out.
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