A child’s first word, first step, each milestone and skill develops in a natural progression.
We know that certain primary skills need to be learned before a secondary skill can be mastered. Babies coo and babble first then words begin to develop. They usually roll over first, then begin to crawl, then pull themselves up to stand and then walk.
We don’t rush an egg to hatch, a butterfly to emerge, a seed to sprout, or a flower to bloom. Why do we rush children to develop?