Stacie Lewis’ experience raising hell…
... erm, raising a little girl with severe brain damage. The blog began in 2009 when May was 4 1/2 months old.
Currently, May enjoys bouncing and the dulcet tones of dub step.
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May in the news!
- March 19, 2011 // 56 Comments
- June 21, 2013 // 45 Comments
- November 25, 2011 // 37 Comments
- November 14, 2009 // 36 Comments
- July 18, 2012 // 28 Comments
- November 6, 2012 // 27 Comments
- March 10, 2014 // 3 Comments
- March 6, 2014 // 0 Comments
- March 3, 2014 // 2 Comments
- February 28, 2014 // 4 Comments
- February 25, 2014 // 8 Comments
- By Madgew, March 10, 2014
- By Mama Lewis, March 10, 2014
- By C Smith, March 10, 2014
- By Susan Bell, March 10, 2014
- By Mama Lewis, March 6, 2014
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Posts about May on BabyCenter!
A bit of praise but is it art? CP Info Dealing with Doctors Fun with May Giveaway Hip surgery Hot Air Ieuan Kids all access... London Leukemia Life with a CP Baby Lycra (Supergirl) Suit May vs The Hospital May's History Medical Records Music Not special needs. More like NEED IT. Nursery Physio Potty Training Preschool Seizures Sleep So-called experts Success! This week I'm... Transportation Visual Impairment
May, you are 9 months old! Get a job!
Kids these days. They turn 9 months old and they think they know everything!
At six-months, May was pretty amazing. Outstanding. Possibly a prodigy. But, now at nine-months! Incredible cognitive and physical feats abound!
May can now:
- kick for the hell of it
- suck on a sippy cup
- pretend my knee is a horse and she is the rider
- laugh hysterically when someone says, “Pee-Pee!”
- suck on her hand with a 50% hit rate
- eat just about anything (unless she hates it and spits it out)
- make bubbles with anything pureed
- squeal with delight at any silly sounds
- speak in tongues (“ah-goo! ah-gah! vvvvvvv-oo…”)
- push herself up on fully extended arms
- enjoy splashing in the pool
- chuckle when she hears the first notes of a favorite song
- grip a biscuit without dropping it as she thrusts it at her mouth
- master advanced calculus