When our children begin to speak, their inflections and tones sometimes alert us to the nuances of their own particular words as they work to refine their language skills.
Sometimes, though, understanding them is a challenge. Once we understand what it is they are trying to say, we should share our findings with people who care for our children. Believe me, life becomes much simpler when we understand what they are trying to tell us.
Consider Creating Helpful Dictionaries to help your providers. Click the link and find out how it worked for me. See also if you can figure out what the words were supposed to be before you checked out the dictionary.
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