When will my baby talk?

Variable. Some children utter words before a year of age. Others particularly boys, who speak later than girls, may not speak until 3 years of age and still be normal. As long as other developmental milestones are normal such as sitting and walking, usually not problem. My stepson did not talk until 3 years of age, was extremely smart, finished engineering degree in college, and now does not stop talking.
All are different. All babies are not the same, and some may start a little earlier, but generally at age 12-15 months the words will start to come. Check out the following site regarding parenting and language milestones. http://www.parenting.com/article/baby-language-development.

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