You feel inadequate because you’re in a mother’s group where all the kids are talking except yours, so you think you must be doing something wrong.
You’re frustrated because family members are saying things like, “you’ve got nothing to worry about, my son didn’t talk until he was 4 and he’s turned out just fine!”
You’re anxious thinking about seeing your paediatrician to make sure your child is developmentally ‘on track’, because you might end up with an unhelpful diagnosis.
First of all, these feelings are COMPLETELY NORMAL.
I’m here to help mums like you build your confidence to help your toddler to talk, so that you feel informed and equipped to handle this huge milestone in your baby’s life.
In fact, you can start feeling more at ease with your parenting right now.