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Mar
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comment What are some strategies for raising a bilingual child?
I think it is much harder if the father (unless he is the primary caregiver) has the minority language. No child will have trouble learning the mother's (or primary caregiver's) language. Even with a nanny.
Mar
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answered When should a child stop using a pacifier, and how can I help with this transition?
Mar
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answered How do you determine what the age-appropriate foods for a baby are?
Mar
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comment At what age should I expect my daughter to talk?
I always get annoyed by those "statistics": every child is different and if they are a bit late on that timeline it doesn't mean anything. If by age 3 your childs still doesn't say anything, THEN there might be a problem.
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