He continues to make progress all around. He is eating well though he still doesn't care for baby food except for baby cereals. He is learning to pick up foods with the palmer grasp. He started doing this around the beginning of October. He is moving more toward talking by making more sounds. He loves it when people talk to him. He loves his sisters and watches them intently.
Brandon is having to be cathed only one time a day now. The doctor looked at his output when we were cathing him twice a day and told us to go to once a day. Not sure if he will continue with once a day or no cathing at all. The doctor will let us know after he sees how he does with just once a day cathing.
Last month Brandon was found to have a high testosterone and phosphorus level. Well we took him to an endocrinologist and she did more lab tests. Its was found that his testosterone level had dropped and so the doctor wasn't concerned. Brandon also saw a nephrologist regarding the high phosphorus level that was found at the Shriners hospial spina bifida clinic back in September. More labs were done and his phosphorus level was normal. It turned out that the machine at Shriners hospital was messed up and showing false results for phosphours levels. Glad all was ok with those lab results.
Brandon is such a good baby. He is so sweet and loving. He gives the best hugs and best smiles! He is a true miracle and gift from god. I can't imagine life without him. Love my little boy so much!!
October is Spina Bifida awareness month and so I did a superman theme for his pictures because my Brandon is a superman (baby). He is super all around. He is a strong boy despite what he has had to go through and will continue to go through with his spina bifida. He may live with spina bifida but it doesn't define him!
|My little Clark Kent|
|Working hard to sit by himself. He toppled over right after I took this picture.|
|My super baby!|
|Love his smile|