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Why is my baby speaking only in vowels?
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Dr. Patricia Harkins
Pediatrics - Developmental & Behavioral
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In brief: How old is he?
Babies start vocalizing with vowel sounds.
By 9 months, you should start to hear consonants such as ba, ma, da. If he is older than 9 months and only uses vowels, you should ask his pediatrician about a speech therapy evaluation.

In brief: How old is he?
Babies start vocalizing with vowel sounds.
By 9 months, you should start to hear consonants such as ba, ma, da. If he is older than 9 months and only uses vowels, you should ask his pediatrician about a speech therapy evaluation.
Dr. Patricia Harkins
Dr. Patricia Harkins
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In brief: Cooing...
...Is easier than babbling.
Consonants require more complicated lip and tongue and breath coordination.

In brief: Cooing...
...Is easier than babbling.
Consonants require more complicated lip and tongue and breath coordination.
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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