Category: Speech delays

Two kids, four ears, six tubes

Our children have stuck Lego pieces up their nose and put screws in their mouth (wait, both of those instances involved our son) and for a long time there was something in their ears that didn’t belong: glue. Specifically, ear glue. Gross, right? Apparently,… Continue Reading “Two kids, four ears, six tubes”

Hear we go again

We took her in for the long-awaited hearing test on Saturday. She didn’t pass. (Sound familiar?) It wasn’t even surprising. Her hearing’s been terrible for months now. At first it was for an unspeakably gross reason: wax build-up (!!!) plugging her ears. We dutifully… Continue Reading “Hear we go again”

Little kids, big words

He patted my head gently when he got home from school and saw I was still sick in bed with the flu. “Oh, Mom,” he started, pausing for a second to remind himself of the word he heard me use the night before. “Have… Continue Reading “Little kids, big words”