Although many families believe that introducing two or more languages results in language delay, research suggests “monolingual and bilingual children meet major language developmental milestones at similar times” (Center for Applied Linguistics, 2006). It is, of course, important to understand that bilingual children can develop the same speech and cognitive disorders as monolingual children. However, prevailing research shows that bilingual children “do not suffer language confusion, language delay, or cognitive deficit” because of their bilingualism.