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Does my baby making noises mean she will start talking soon?
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Dr. H. William Sepp
Pediatrics
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In brief: Maybe
Baby's making their cute little noises is one of the best parts of being a parent and pediatrician.
Children develop communication skills in various stages being with cooing and developing into full command of the language. Most infants begin to utter their first words around 6 or 7 months of age beginning with very simple words and sounds.

In brief: Maybe
Baby's making their cute little noises is one of the best parts of being a parent and pediatrician.
Children develop communication skills in various stages being with cooing and developing into full command of the language. Most infants begin to utter their first words around 6 or 7 months of age beginning with very simple words and sounds.
Dr. H. William Sepp
Dr. H. William Sepp
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Dr. Pamela Lindor
Pediatrics
In brief: Speech
Babies develop speech in a fairly predictable manner. Most start with ooh and aah sounds by 2-3 months, progress to babbles and squeals by 6- 8 months, then more imitation and consonant combinations by 10-12 months.
Many 12 mo olds have a few "real" words. As toddlers, they will start to comprehend a lot of words and use single words with meaning.

In brief: Speech
Babies develop speech in a fairly predictable manner. Most start with ooh and aah sounds by 2-3 months, progress to babbles and squeals by 6- 8 months, then more imitation and consonant combinations by 10-12 months.
Many 12 mo olds have a few "real" words. As toddlers, they will start to comprehend a lot of words and use single words with meaning.
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Dr. Pamela Lindor
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