Category: Speech delays

Baby steps

After finding out last week that the toddler failed a hearing test — and has a minor hearing loss — I’ve been thinking about his hearing and speech OFTEN (to put it mildly). I have noticed that two words are really improving, though. Over… Continue Reading “Baby steps”

Thank you

Your kind comments, emails, Facebook messages, texts, and calls mean so much to me. Quick update on HearingGate 2012: The doctor at the walk-in clinic says he does have an ear infection (not sure if it’s double or not, because he had a super-thick… Continue Reading “Thank you”

Sounds of silence

The toddler’s long-awaited hearing test was yesterday. He did not pass. I should be working at this very moment, but first I have to write this down. I have emails and messages to answer, but I can’t just yet. So please, bear with me,… Continue Reading “Sounds of silence”


I received some very sweet comments and emails after yesterday’s post about my son’s speech delay, and I really appreciate each and every one. The little guy certainly isn’t lacking in the communication department, thanks to his signing, and we’re very grateful for that.… Continue Reading “Thanks”

When there are no words …

I posted back in December about the toddler’s speech — or, ah, lack thereof — and then kind of never mentioned it again. In the blog world, it got lost in the shuffle of posts about having a little girl, and ruffles and heartburn… Continue Reading “When there are no words …”