Replacing G sound with D sound, T for C and P for F.
My 3 1/2 year old son has an expansive vocabulary, however there are a few sounds he replaces with the wrong sound. His G’s are D’s, C’s and K’s are T’s and P’s are F’s. For example he says doat for goat, tat for cat and pork for fork. I’m just wondering if this is something he should outgrow or something that we should seek speech therapy for before it’s too late? Any input would be appreciated.
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