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Mobility: Starting Physical Therapy

After months of paperwork and meeting and faxed prescriptions from Ivy’s pediatrician, we are finally starting her physical therapy on Monday. On Wednesday the therapist came over to meet Ivy, and to get a basic sense of my concerns and … Continue reading

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Mobility Part 6: Frustration Sets In

Since my last post very little has happened on the walking/standing/early intervention front. We had the second evaluation – the one where they evaluate her speaking & social skills. That one felt more grilling than the last; it was like … Continue reading

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Saying Bye Bye to the Binkie

Ivy was able to give up the bottle without much fanfare. For a while now she’d only been having a bottle of milk before bed, everything else was out of a sippy cup. Then one day, I just gave her … Continue reading

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My Favorite Milestone So Far

I have been getting the bigggest kick out of Ivy and her words lately. Her vocabulary is really exploding, beuond things like ball and cat and mamama and dadada. She calls us mom and dad perfectly clear, can even say … Continue reading

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18 Month Checkup

Today was Ivy’s 18 month check up. It was actually supposed to be last Wednesday but our car was still snowed in so we rescheduled. I picked up Ivy from Jon after work, and realized that I still had almost … Continue reading

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Mobility Part 4: Physical Therapy Bound

Ivy is going for her 18 month checkup next week and I’m certain the Dr. will be giving us a recommendation for physical therapy to get her walking. Unless she magically stands up in the next week, its happening. When … Continue reading

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Getting Ready to Try and Walk?

Ivy seems to be on her way to trying to stand up and walk away. BUT! In typical Ivy fashion, she is not going about it the way other babies would. No, instead of grabbing on to things higher that … Continue reading

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