“I Wuv You, Mommy . . .” When Cute Can Become a Concern
by Renee Petro - January 21, 2008
It may sound cute when a pre-school child says "wuv" instead of "love", or "go potty" when they need to use the bathroom. But if it's your child who can't pronounce certain sounds, isn't talking in understandable sentences, or is very quiet, it becomes a concern that may require speech, language or hearing early intervention.