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Toddler won’t say mama only nana

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Havingkittens04 Thu 09-May-19 15:47:06

My son turned 2 in January and is able to chat in 2 and 3 word sentences, to both children and adults, however he calls me ‘nana’ instead of ‘mama’. We practice good modelling as a family and my husband and I, along with our 6 year old daughter, will correct him, but to no avail. He has the ability to pronounce the ‘M’ sound, eg Moo, Milk, Mine, but when I ask him to say ‘Mmmama’ he replies ‘Mmmnana’. Should I be concerned?

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NuffSaidSam Thu 09-May-19 17:47:59

No.

He's 2.

He can't pronounce all the words yet!

Havingkittens04 Thu 09-May-19 18:23:17

My daughter was saying mama before she was one and speaking clearly by his age, hence the concern (mainly regarding his hearing). My niece who is a year younger than my son is also speaking more clearly.

No need for the attitude.

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ScreamScreamIceCream Thu 09-May-19 19:24:20

OP the children are all individuals who will develop at their own individual rates even the siblings. They will all get their in the end.

Havingkittens04 Thu 09-May-19 19:29:17

Thank you, I hope so, I can’t wait to hear him call me mama or any other variation blush

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