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Keep my LO user banned
22nd Jun '12

in your thoughts. Tomorrow is his 9 month well child and I've been a little stressed about it. This is the age with my other two, when flags started going off. I have a couple of concerns, but he seems to be accomplishing milestones earlier than his brothers at this point in time. I know his 1 yr check up in Sept will be a big deal. Anyway Please send good thoughts his way. Thank you. And I'll update when we get home tomorrow.

Hannah. 34 kids; Spokane, WA, United States 63782 posts
22nd Jun '12

Praying for a good report. :)

ANT0911 18 kids; Oklahoma 9608 posts
22nd Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Hannah.:</b>" Praying for a good report. :)"</blockquote>




:!: hope everything works out and everything is ok.

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
22nd Jun '12

Hope to hear good news later on today!

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
22nd Jun '12

Well, Today His physical therapist told me to make sure to let his ped know he is delayed in motor skills. He is making his milestones, but his joints are really weak and he has very little core strength. About the age level of a 4 month old. Here I was thinking we were working on his torticollis and she said that cleared up months ago. I said, I knew you are working on his motor skills, but I thought we were being proactive. She said we are being proactive and making sure he doesn't get more delayed.
Also, his ped said developmentally he is following his brothers and we are headed down the same path with different wording. Next up is a re eval for speech at 11 or 12 months.
All in all a very rough morning. I am setting up an appt for DH to get fixed. I have been having a hard time saying I am finished having babies. But with a clear genetic factor and such high risk, I feel like it's just not fair. I guess I'm just going to be sad today. Thanks for thinking of us.

Hannah. 34 kids; Spokane, WA, United States 63782 posts
22nd Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Angie Mother of Boys:</b>" Well, Today His physical therapist told me to make sure to let his ped know he is delayed in motor skills. ... [snip!] ... factor and such high risk, I feel like it's just not fair. I guess I'm just going to be sad today. Thanks for thinking of us."</blockquote>



I am so sorry mama :(

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
22nd Jun '12
Quoting Hannah.:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Angie Mother of Boys:</b>" Well, Today His physical therapist ... [snip!] ... just not fair. I guess I'm just going to be sad today. Thanks for thinking of us."</blockquote> I am so sorry mama :("

Thank you.

*J* 50 kids; 14412 posts
23rd Jun '12

Oh honey!! Im so sorry to hear that. One SN is hard enough... here if you need me. Ill pm my #.

user banned 3 kids; Washington 15083 posts
23rd Jun '12
Quoting *J*:" Oh honey!! Im so sorry to hear that. One SN is hard enough... here if you need me. Ill pm my #."

Thank you.
I don't understand why my DH and I make SN children. I thought with the Maximus he'd be fine. I mean, what are the chances of having all of our kids having something going on? I hate to say it, but right now I feel it's unfair in every sense of the word. :cry: Why do my kids have to struggle to be where they need to be?? Anyway I'll chat with you later. ♥