My Lips By Barrick Wittmann Speech2
I have Lips
For proper speech development it is important for your child to be able to hear and use the muscles of his or her lips, jaws, tongue and palate properly. During the first three years of life your child will learn to listen and control the various muscles. At around three years of age most children can articulate virtually all the sounds separately, except for /s/ and /r/. During the third and fourth year your child will learn to use the different sounds correctly in words. It is therefore normal for children frequently to miss out sounds or replace them with others when pronouncing their first words.
They are small and very cute. Not yet fully developed so the speech process is different.
Young range Women.
They are more luscious and fully developed. The perfect stage of lip growth.
Old Women Lips
Old, wrinkled and falling apart. The lips are slowly dying of like a flower approaching winter.