Thursday, January 8, 2009

A day in the life of THERAPY

Tomatis therapy



Learning to stand


Wearing her suit (hence NEURO SUIT)




Sand Bagged
Don't let looks fool you, she cries 75% of the time.






8 comments:

Stacy said...

I'm so glad you posted pictures. Faith looks so darn cute doing her workouts.
I was just praying tonight that God would keep your spirits lifted!

Tonya said...

Suzanne,

My son was on the ball at 11 months old. He didn't walk until 18 months and could not crawl until many months after that. He had to be taught everything that other babies just knew how to learn. He has sensory integration disorder and I could go on and on about touch adn textures......... I know what you are going through. It's tough but you can do it! And Faith is going to amaze you and keep you going with a little progress here and a litte there. I am praying for your family and for complete healing for Faith. With GOD ALL THINGS are POSSIBLE! Thank you for sharing your journey... God bless you.

Hugs!

Lauren Sue said...

Hi Suzanne, my name is Lauren and I was poking around on here and I found your blog, I am truly amazed with your family. I am also a SAHM with a 3 year old daughter. I worked for 5 years with children with disablities before becoming a mom myself. Keep up the great work with therapy, even though the road might be tough at first, each milestone will knock your socks off. I will keep your family in my prayers and God Bless!

Kerri said...

Wow! Looks cool! Sending positive therapy thoughts your way!

Vanessa said...

Looks like therapy is going well though! Keep up the great work and I know she'll get stronger by the day!

Steph said...

What a trooper! She certainly looks like she is handling it well in the pictures. She is one strong little girl and has an even stronger mama by her side.

Courtney said...

Good girl Faith......so proud of you. Keep up the good work sweetie. Praying your all continue to have strenght. (((HUGS)))
Courtney

Leslie said...

awwwwww she is sooo cute! Yea im sure thats a very scary thing for a baby who doesnt know whats up! ONe day she will understand im sure!

hugs,leslie