my so will be two in six months and he don't walk, crawl, stand or sit on his own he says momma dadda but thats it we have taken him to a nuologist and he wants to do a genetic tests on him. i just wounder if their is anyone else out their with the same problem. oh and he was full term and very healthy baby his eyes we where not sure if he could see. the dr says that he has mild developmental delays and thats when he sent us to a speacilest...
That is a great idea. While you are trying to figure out what is wrong, you should consider contacting your local early intervention program for children under 3 with developmental delays. It will help you help him. I worked for a similar program in my state and really liked what it could do to help families help their children.
here is a link for them
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