Drawing, Puzzles, and Words

For all those people who don’t want to read a totally biased post about how wonderful my son is, turn away now!

The last couple of days I have been so proud of Baba.

He has been into his art for a long time, and loves to colour. He will sit for hours with his crayons, and his little frown on his forehead just concentrating and concentrating until his masterpiece is complete. He doesn’t stop until he is finished either, I love watching him creating these pieces. Once he has finished, he shouts ‘mum’ or ‘dad’ and we all have to look at the pieces that he made. They are always fabulous, and are always full of his usual scribbles and selection of colours. More


Baba has always been quick of the mark, whatever you show him, he never forgets, even if he can’t do it at that time he will learn how to do it! He learnt to walk early, and he has managed to always keep Mr L and myself on our toes. However I have always had a problem with his speech, Mr L says it is an irrational problem, and it probably is, due to the fact that for the last 10 years I have worked with disabled children.

Anyway I digress, my problem has been that I don’t think he has picked up his words very quickly, and when we see other babies of his age they seem to be trying to speak more than him. Mr L says that every child has something that takes them longer to grasp and to stop worrying and I so hate it when he is right!!!! More

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