I am not sure if it is the speech therapy or time, but my son has had a marked improvement in his speaking in the last week or two.
He's been singing songs - lots of songs, not just one or two - which include Baa Baa Black Sheep, Row row row your boat, Big Balloon (Peppa pig), Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Fruit Salad... it's so heartwarming and encouraging!
Even last week at Daycare, the teacher said that he was very happy that day, talking a lot and singing, and that he was her favourite boy in the day care. He is very friendly after all.
I'm supposed to be doing the choice boards with him now, but I find it a little hard as he already knows the words. The choice boards are good if they aren't talking yet, I can see that, but I am still a little hesitant as to how to give him the most benefit from them.
The other great thing is that he's started looking at books. He used to hate books, but every night he likes to read Charlie and Lola, and also Room on the Broom as well as his picture ABC book. He would rather point at the pictures and talk about them than listen to me read the words, but it's a start.
I wonder what he'll be like at the end of the year?