05 Dec '05 - 144 W - + 20 - 8 Our team is disappearing!

Ever since Alex was born, we have had a team of people helping us to raise him and get to him to a healthy point.  Well, today we discussed losing another person on that team.  Alex's Physical Therapist has said that she doesn't believe Alex needs her anymore.  If Early Intervention was to evaluate him as a new patient now, he wouldn't even be accepted into their program for gross motor development.  So, it looks like Ginny will be here one more time, then Alex is on his own! 

As for eating, Alex is still doing really well.  He's only getting about 5 ounces per day of formula by tube now, and about 16 ounces of water.  He should be off the formula entirely by Christmas!  We're trying for a tubeless baby by spring!


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Go Alex-defying all expectations. I’m so very proud of you. xoxoxoyour loving aunt Abby

Abigail () - 06 December '05 - 07:22


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Go Alex! It must be that “coy” blood! (O.K., the Norton blood isnt so bad either :-).

Natasha - 07 December '05 - 18:30

  
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