Learn how to know if your 2 years old is normal, by Henry Joseph Hasson, MD Pediatric Neurologist Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Education: Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
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Interviewer: What does a normal two-year old do? Interviewee: So, a normal two-year old is already starting to speak sentences or putting two words, sometimes three words together. They should be indicating their wants. When they want something, they should not be just be crying for it like they did at six months of age. They should not really be able communicate to their in some way with these of hands and language and words of what it is that they want. They should be able to start climbing stairs better, walking up and down the stairs, running, kicking, doing things like that. You know a good pediatrician and a good neurologist. Interviewer: Can they stand on one foot, some of them? Interviewee: It is a little hard to do that at two years of age but – [Voice overlap] Interviewer: But if someone on the away. Interviewer: But in some time, they are starting to. I would not be concerned if the child can but they really should start be. Like I said, a good doctor would be able to watch those instances. I have had experience with children and be able to examine them. I look at their muscles, their tone, their reflexes, and be able to make sure that they have the proper control over their muscles.
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