I’ve had this post sitting in my blog drafts for nearly a year now. I’ve never felt like I have the right words at the right time, and then by the time I think through what I want to say, the circumstances have changed and the update isn’t even accurate anymore.
For those of you who need a little backstory, you can read these blog posts:
Shouldn’t He Be Talking By Now?
Hezekiah James is TWO
Just before Kiah turned two, we had him evaluated for developmental delays. An entire team of people came to our house and played with Kiah for the evaluation. He was (and is) a shy child, but this didn’t overwhelm him too much because they brought a lot of fun things to do! After his evaluation, they showed us his scores. He was well ahead of his average age group in both fine motor and gross motor skills. He was right on track in his communication ability, but he was 11 months behind in his speech and language. Because of this, he qualified for services from a local…
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