25 Years old.
Married almost 5 years.
Wonderful 3 yr old son.
San Antonio, TX
Personal Instagram: @mylovelysonshine
We also need some positive vibes sent my husbands way. He has an interview today for a promotion within his department. I think he is going to do great, but he was a bit nervous about it. It’s something we really need. Its a big raise, and we sure can use it. I felt bad because I was worrying him last night about Jeff’s stuttering, and I didn’t mean to add more stress that he didn’t need today. So keep us in your prayers or whatever you guys do! WE NEED THIS lol.
I have not had any rest.
I think my son has developed a stutter. Not sure what to think or do about this. Its something that is so unknown to me. He has always been such a fluent speaker. He was so good with words.
It was just recently that he started having a hard time getting his thoughts out. Which is normal for a three year old. He has so much to say and has to think and catch up to his speech. Thats what my thoughts about it were. Sunday my mother in law brought up the idea that he might have a stutter. I brushed it off, said no way he is just thinking. Well, yesterday I started observing him a lot more and he stutters a lot. A LOT. I started researching about it and everyone says its normal, but to worry when he makes faces and blinks or looks to the side when he stutters, and he does. :[. I feel so horrible about it. I somehow feel like I am to blame, that it is all my fault. I just don’t know guys, this is all new to me…is there anyone out there with personal experience? I need some words of encouragement. I am taking him to visit the doctor Thursday to see if this is something we need to take up with a speech therapist or if its just normal toddler stuff. :/
I almost wanted to cry last night (I had to stop myself because he was looking into my eyes) as he was telling me something and he kept saying ‘He-he-he-he-he-he’ and couldn’t finished the rest and looked at me, and said ‘I keep saying he…..’ and just changed the subject. He didn’t want to finish his thoughts. I don’t ever want him to feel embarrassed about stuttering. I just rubbed his back and said ‘its ok love, your just thinking of what to say next’ I think he is starting to notice it himself. I just have to remain calm, not rush him, or make him feel bad about it.
IDK guys, I could be overreacting….but its getting worst and the faces he makes are so strong of an indication that this could be getting worst.
Positive vibes please.