Who needs them when you can get anything you want using just 1 word? Kellar my dear sweet charming absolutely adorable son you do. If Kellar could read he would be thinking… but mom when I say milk you automatically know that I want a bottle, or when I say shoe and bring it to you understand that I am wanting you to put my shoes on. I guess this is where we may be going wrong, I know what Kellar wants and rather than pushing and pushing and pushing for him to tell me I just do it, don’t get me wrong I try but finally I give up. I don’t want to give up, I don’t want to just accept that Kellar is using only one word and just be happy with it, I want him to talk to me, I want him to communicate with us so badly. Kellar knows so many words that some days I am blown away with what comes out of his mouth, but for whatever reason he is not putting them together and to sit here and say that it doesn’t bother me would be stretching the truth, yes it bothers me…it in some way concerns me! But there is nothing I can do to change it. Kellars st said that the amount of words he has is impressive and he’s learning new ones daily, she said that if he would just start using 2 word sentences he would more than likely be age appropriate, do you know how nice that would be to have Kellar labeled as *age appropriate* rather than several months behind? In other areas Kellar has improved tons, he is now able to walk farther distances without falling, his balance seems to be improving so much but there is still obvious differences in Kellars gait and other 2 year olds, he has a really hard time using a spoon and honestly I think I need to push to have him reevaluated by ot but just thinking about it makes me have that nauseating feeling in the pit of my stomach, these are things that to other parents are nothing compared to what they may be going through but these are things that are very much real to me. Kellar is a very amazing little boy and I am thankful for what he is doing and can only pray that he will continue to amaze me!!!