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It sounds "normal" as far as what I observe on the playground (my kids are also on the precocious side). Does he point at things to draw your attention? Does he interact with you in non-verbal ways? When did he start using words? Are you just worried about not combining two words yet?
Sorry for the questions...I'm sure you've thought about all that. It really wouldn't worry me yet, unless I noticed other "markers" for concern, yk.
Mama to DS (7) , DD (5) and DD (2) and expecting a LO in 2/14
he sounds fine and super-bright. I'm surprised you aren't dealing with a bunch of frustration tantrums from him not being able to say all that's on his mind. Lucky!
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