The Speech Therapist, that we met with before the surgery, gave us a chart of age ranges of normal consonant development. Basically, it is a chart, of age ranges, showing when children should be able to pronounce certain letters.
The first group of letters that toddlers can pronounce, from 15-36 months, include ” p, m, h, n, w.”
The next group of letters that toddlers should be able to pronounce, at 24-48 months, include “k, g, d, t, ng”
Sorry dads, biology has stacked the deck against us. Our kids will be able to say “momma” before “dadda.”