Can my three year old be gifted and not talk. He is very smart but does not speak.
He will speak when he wants. Just like he walked when he was ready. My daughter barely talked when she was young, and know we long for those days.
Some children start speaking, very early ... others, later than the early speakers ... Coherent Speech, is a Gift of God.
Therefore, It is not important whether we start to speak early in life, or do so, a while, later ...
What is most Important ... Is, "What" we Speak.
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