My 3 year old son talks a lot. Too much some days! However, I have noticed that he often adds a b sound to the beginning of words. So for example he said to dh this morning 'Your balarm is going off daddy', instead of alarm. He seems to do it even with sounds he pronounces normally at other times so he doesn't say bapple for apple for example. I wonder if this is normal or something I should get checked out. Does anyone have any experience of this?
DD started saying things like this aged about 2, our favourite being "travelcot b'lavel cot" - she seemed to cotton on to word play, and then got all her friends doing it. It was a phase. Long-lived, but a phase.
Amazing! Or should I say bmazing! You must have the same three year old DS as me . Does he say 'bee' or 'b' My DS1 says 'bee' - he even says 'beelarm' too. I am trying to think of some other examples but it is late! He also talks too much! I am not worrying about it yet, pre-school haven't mentioned it. I have more problems with my 2 year old who doesn't speak at all and is being referred for SALT. If DS1 is still doing it when DS2 get referred I will probably ask them.
My DS (4.2) always says "Bem" instead of "them", very odd. He says most other things correctly but not this word for some reason! I don't think its anything to worry about, it will all come good in the end.