Saturday, September 09, 2006

My Comfy Cot

Small one had a yucky day yesterday. She was getting up to her old tricks of being grizzly. I knew it from the moment I got her up that it was going to be one of those days. With all the things that she has going on at the moment, it is hard to know what the cause is. Anyway, we ended up deciding that she needed a poo. Whoo-hoo.

She had another physiotheraphy session. Her therapist thinks that she is still progressing well as far as general muscle tone is concerned. She does need to continue to put more weight on her arms, and in her knees/thighs. We've got a couple possies that we need to do more often with that in mind - namely squating and supported tummy time. She will get there.



Her therapist also suggested to use one toy at a time, so that she doesn't get too confused and bombarded with stimulation. We'd been doing that a while ago, but had started to let that slip, so we'll try and do it again. All very good suggestions. She still sees Sheena fortnightly in our home - the service is 100% funded by the government, which is fantastic. On top of this, she has speech and OT - all supplied through the same service.

Sheena went to Nan and Pop's house last night, while I went to a gala dinner for Biala - where we will be sending Sheena next year for her EI. She had her first night in the new cot that they prepared for her. Very pink as you can see.


4 comments:

Christy said...

Sorry it was grizzly!!
She looks so YUMMY in those photos I could just eat her up. Her Aunt definately needs to do more scrappin' of that neice!

mum2brady said...

Cute cute new cot :) Sheena is doll - great news from your PT. Sounds like you get great services!

LeslieAnn said...

I'm getting caught up...first of all she is a doll in her romper! And you do have great services! That's awesome...as is your work situation. That's so good that you have a flexible boss and schedule.
She will get there...she has a great support group to help her!
:)

Michelle said...

Precious photos! Hope she is feeling better!