Graeme's (B:Nov 1st, 2006) still not talking, he's 22 months now and saying all different "meh" "my" "mo"... he is not interested in trying anything else, he's so busy destroying the house. He does blow air and make the "pbft pbft pbft" sound a lot of course with a lot of drool. (I'm counting about 4 more teeth trying to come in!)
We attented the cleft palate in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (June 18 2008) and at that time the audiologist said he was not hearing through all the fluid, he just had ear tubes Feb 15th/08 ... not even 5 months prior. So Aug 15th/08 was round 2 ear tubes and I don't know.... I know he hears but I don't see much change in his speech. We're starting speech once a week right away and I know she's frustrated with the progress, as well as I am, I just think that he'll just do it when he's ready.
The speech pathologist at the Cleft Clinic did the same thing, saying how nice he was and doing good but he lost points in the development area as he's delayed in speech (no kidding) and he has some little muscles that need to come along a bit in his mouth from his lazy bottling habits when he was smaller. Oh the things I would do different if I had to do it again.
What's anyone's take on the way teeth have been coming in? Graeme's hard palate was not affected but he only had his top front 2 teeth forever (looked like a little beaver) and now finally some more are coming, but he also has a little snaggley one in behind his front one..... I'm going to take him to the dentist for an opinion on what's going on.
I just think I'm reading too much into stuff sometimes... I worry about everything, Graeme didn't walk until 19months and now I still see him be a little stiff when he walks... I'm just worried they'll tell me something else is going on!!!!!
Have a good one! Congarts on wedding, we just did that too May 23rd, Eyson is so cute!
Graeme's soft cleft palate, repaired June 2007