Observing your child as they grow through the early years of life brings parents happiness, laughter, and maybe a little concern. Their first words are one of the milestones we look forward to with great anticipation. It's not only about hearing them say "mama" or "dada"; it's also about seeing the emergence of their language skills, which will allow them to interact with people and express themselves.

But when it comes to the development of speech and language, kids don't all develop on the same schedule. Inquiries and worries are normal if your three-year-old isn't talking as much as you would want. It's possible that they have trouble forming words or that they don't use as many words as their classmates. Should you be nodding