Why doesn’t your child talk?
One of the most common questions I get asked on a regular basis.
Can I be honest? It makes me a little upset and uneasy when people ask why my child doesn’t talk.
Only because I’m doing everything in my power to help my child. From reading books, explaining everything and making up songs.
My son Jaxon has been in speech therapy for almost a year. He went from not communicating at all to actually using his words. Just because my son isn’t using as many words as he should at this point it’s a red flag and we are working on correcting it the best way we know how.
Most 2 year olds are having full conversations with their parents but that’s not the case with my child.
I refuse to put labels on my son even though people try to.
As a parent I’m doing everything in my power to help my son but it’s taking more time and more patience.
I wish people wouldn’t be so judgmental and understand that it’s not easy being two years old; being two and not saying your name.
I know that Jaxon is extremely smart and he does have a sensory problem and is very particular about everything.
When Jaxon really wants something he will tell me.
As of now we will continue with speech therapy and we have to see a specialist soon to make sure it’s nothing more than just a speech delay and sensory issue.
My God has big plans for Jaxon according to his word. Plans to give Jaxon a hope and a future. I will continue to encourage my big boy. I know Jaxon will use his voice in the future to help those who don’t have one. One of the best things my husband and I could ever do for Jaxon is to love, encourage and have patience with him.
So the next time you want to ask me why my child doesn’t talk like your two year old or like other two year olds, just remember we are working on it.
Please be considerate because you just don’t know the situation.
Thanks for reading!