When Do Babies Start Talking-Language Development

37 Responses

  1. Pamela says:

    when do agoobabies start saying? our baby 4 years old is still having trouble talking. in the evening I started reading a bedtime book. I blocked the cellphone and youtube. It will be alright

    • James Kodi says:

      dear pamela.
      There are many details about babies’ speech in this content. Most of the questions you ask are in the article. Apparently you don’t like reading.

  2. Jana S. says:

    Nice article, once again 🙂

  3. Sheela Joby says:

    Well detailed article.

  4. 3 months baby development
    He laughs at you,

    He starts to examine his hands, and his arm-leg movements increase. This is the first effort of self-knowledge.

    It distinguishes people from close friends such as parents.

    When he becomes uneasy, when you talk to him when he cries, he may shut up and listen for a while.

    It sounds like Agu …

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  6. Becca Stewart says:

    Great information on knowing when babies start to talk and developmental skills.

  7. alina says:

    cute 🙂 very useful

  8. $a$ha says:

    Such great information on this article that it’s amazing.

  9. Marg says:

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  10. a worried mother says:

    I just stumbled on this site and I am so amazed at how much great feedback this site has to offer about children/babies when they start to talk. Honestly a wonderful site.

  11. jenifer says:

    our daughter said mum and daddy at the age of 5 months and already spoke short sentences at the age of one year, but she was not able to do so until she was 14 months old. the development is so different, each child has strengths and weaknesses. in our playgroup we had z.b. 2 boys, they did not start talking properly until 3 years old. have often noticed that the girls are usually faster when talking than the boys, but also there are exceptions. When you’re busy with your child, you do not have to worry if it takes longer to talk. More importantly, you understand what you say and how you can relate it. So z.b. If you tell them to bring the ball then they will not get me to a car.

  12. angelina says:

    that is very different. it does not just depend on how the parents talk to the child (but it is very important) my big one has already spoken the first sentences with 1 1/2 and our little one speaks so well now with 2 1/2. the first words are about zw 3/4 and 1 1/2. but as I said, every child is different in development

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  14. Mel says:

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  15. Whitney Hanson says:

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  17. Daniel says:

    My baby is a year old now, ı am very excıted because my baby start saying mama to me 🙂 ı already wanted to my son’s first Word mama. Babies are saying agoo first 🙂 thanks for wrıtten

  18. crayz gril says:

    hi, What is Baby Sign Language? When does it start? I’m very curious. Thank you in advance if you inform me.

  19. reikougas says:

    hi my name is reikougas. my son is two month old. he cant talk! What age do babies start to coo? Thank you.

  20. reigenbot_ says:

    I’m so excited! My baby was born a month ago. What sounds do babies make first? I read that baby girls will start making sounds more quickly.

  21. KylePlantEmoji says:

    What age do babies start making sounds?

  22. sammaria says:

    lovely page great info

  23. Sean Pepper says:

    Thank you for the article! IT’s important to teach communication as early as possible

  24. Crystal Norton says:

    Great

  25. Alina Nonu says:

    great article and really helpful ^_^

  26. Fabiola Robinson says:

    Great read!

  27. Donna L says:

    Thanks for the information

  28. Beth says:

    Such a great article…lots of great information!!!

  29. Buggiemom says:

    Great information. I totally believe it’s really dependent upon the child. My kiddo started making sounds at 2 1/2 weeks which I though was a bit early.

  30. Lee king says:

    I have a nephew who is 4 years old who does not formulate sentences. A bit concerning. This article helped understand the initial fundamentals when children are first learning their words!

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