Sometimes in the heart of a lion you find a tale or two. This is the story of life with my beautiful 27-weeker preemie warrior princess.
Hi! Long time reader, guessing first time writing... I'm surprise, Ellie has always had great head control!!Also, my daughet has the same 'stars piano' but just this past weeks she was able to play it, laying down, not sitting yet. Hope we'll be able to with our Bumbo seat special needs that is on it's way to Chile now.In case I haven't said it before, your daughter is absolutly beatyfull. I always read your blog.
Aaaah! I just can't get enough Baby Ellie! So cute!!
Hi Mama Terapeuta! I have tried to read you blog. Have to figure out how to translate it! I am going to post another video when Ellie is a year and a half older than this one and you will see worse head control. I think at this point she was using a little baby fat to help her keep it up! She is sitting propped up by 2 boppies. I highly recommend the boppy - we have 4 of them and use them still. This was pre-bumbo days. We had to stop using our bumbo because her PT decided it was bad for Ellie's hips! That was a sad day, we love the bumbo!
Thanks Danielle! And congratulations again!
Thanks, Kathryn! Boppies are to 'unstable' for our daughter. Since our blog is in spanish, you'll rather see our videos at youtube/user/mamaterapeuta/I'll upload soon one of her playing with this piano and playin a flute.Perhaps to resume: my daughter is about to turn 4, she was born at 32 weeks due to an infection and has PVL as a result of all that. We are like you guys on that, we know our life is better because of her and we love her completly and are very proud of her. She is a lovely girl.Hope the new Bumbo (Childrite) is PT acceptable!
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