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Hurrah for ds2!

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alexpolismum Sat 27-Nov-10 13:59:59

I am so happy that I just had to share it. My ds2, who has hypotonia, is now 11 months old and today he managed to grip something. A giraffe with wheels on that you can pull along that belongs to dd - he reached out and gripped the neck. Hurrah! It's the first step!

glittery Sat 27-Nov-10 14:07:49

yay! well done ds2!!! grin

bigcar Sat 27-Nov-10 14:14:30

brilliant smile

Ineed2 Sat 27-Nov-10 14:56:35

grin grin

yoshysmum Sat 27-Nov-10 15:07:41

Brilliant news grin

TheArsenicCupCake Sat 27-Nov-10 15:11:01

Yay fantastic news!

Smallmonkfish Sat 27-Nov-10 19:25:50

That is so lovely, can I shed a tear? Those milestones are so extra special aren't they? x

MistsAndYellowSnow Sat 27-Nov-10 19:28:42

That is fab! Well done DS2 smile

5inthebed Sat 27-Nov-10 19:30:00

smile

signandsingcarols Sat 27-Nov-10 20:05:17

yah! well done your ds grin

alexpolismum Sat 27-Nov-10 20:40:49

Thanks everyone smile

It's been a wonderful day for ds2. Once he'd managed to grip, he kept trying and he's been doing really well. I've spent all day encouraging him with various objects (although he seems to like gripping on to my hair best! grin)

Smallmonkfish - that's so true about the milestones. With ds2 I notice every little thing, every muscle as it were. With my other children I suppose I took so much for granted I didn't notice some things. With ds2 every little bit of progress is special.

purplepidjrobin Sat 27-Nov-10 20:57:05

Aww, virtual choccy button for your DS, and glass of bubbly for you grin

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