The latest photo:
Mary from Infant & Child Development came to assess Khloë on Wednesday. She was very nice and explained her concerns. She pointed out a few things that Khloë does with her hands and feet that I hadn’t noticed before; I wouldn’t have known it wasn’t normal, as she’s my first baby. Mary said the problem looks like low muscle tone, which would explain why Khloë still has trouble holding up her head and doesn’t use her legs much. She agreed it would benefit Baby Girl to come into the program, so starting in June she will see Khloë every week to work with her. She also wants to teach me infant massage!
Then on Thursday we drove to Ottawa and met with pediatrician Dr I at a medical centre. She looked Khloë over and said she was very concerned about her gross motor development. She is going to get Khloë an appointment with a neurologist at CHEO for an MRI. I really don’t know what to expect for her development or what the issue could be. She’s such a happy baby and has no idea that she’s behind for her age.
I’m glad we have the resources here to provide support for my girl.