Uh-oh, Help, Charge it

Early last month I spoke to our pediatrician about Wyatt’s speech, or lack thereof. I also expressed some concern that he didn’t really pay us any attention. He didn’t respond to his name. He was more independent, more in his own world than Luke. I told her that Luke loves animals and books and trucks, but where Wyatt was concerned everything was a bit more muddled. She suggested a hearing test.

We didn’t do the hearing test, deciding to wait a little longer. “They are twins,” I reminded myself. “Not clones.”

Here we are, six weeks later. He’s talking. He’s connecting. He loves books. He loves machines and things that move. He especially loves the Kindle.

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