Every parent remembers the first words of their child. Whether it be something very far like gleba or something as basic as da-da, hearing a child’s first words is always a memorable experience for parents.
However, after getting past the first word, there are several other things for the child to learn, such as vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. Over time, these may become an issue for parents, especially if a child cannot speak properly or may seemingly be slower than his peers in language development. Though every child passes through the same sequence and stages in learning language, each child has their own pace, so rushing the child to learn a language is not necessary.