Months 9 to 11

As every Canadian knows, it was a long winter. Longer than usual. Especially for the maritimes. It was cold, and there was A LOT of snow. SO happy to see spring finally arrive in April! And so was Wyatt!
Exercauser.jpg
Exercauser.jpg

Sitting.jpg
Sitting.jpg

Grabbing mom's glasses.jpg
Grabbing mom's glasses.jpg

Exercauser.jpg
Exercauser.jpg

Month 9 - March 2014

 

Wyatt ends up in CHEO once this month, for a virus and pneumonia. He is treated with antibiotics for 10 days.

 

Milestones reached: Rolling into crawling position, saying "Ga-ga-ga". Signing 'all done'. (First sign!)

 

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CHEO AGAIN.jpg

First real SUNNY day.jpg
First real SUNNY day.jpg

With his Godmother.jpg
With his Godmother.jpg

CHEO AGAIN.jpg
CHEO AGAIN.jpg

Month 10 - April 2014

 

Wyatt arrives in CHEO at the beginning of the month because he is vomiting copious amounts of blood. He`s admitted for 1 week, with aspirated pneumonia, due to his NG rubbing against the posterior stomach lining, and causing blood to aspirate into his lungs. Mom puts her foot down to get a case study, and to revisit a possibility of a Gtube.

 

Milestones reached: Still trying to crawl! (Three of the last 6 weeks were spent in CHEO).

Nana and Wyatt.jpg
Nana and Wyatt.jpg

Falling asleep in his high chair.jpg
Falling asleep in his high chair.jpg

Naked baby time.jpg
Naked baby time.jpg

Nana and Wyatt.jpg
Nana and Wyatt.jpg

Month 11 - May 2014

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This month Wyatt finally got his Nasal Gastric tube replaced with a Gastric Tube. You will notice in the photographs that Wyatt has a tube going into his nose, and others, where he very much appears to be a normal boy. May has been the month of change for our little guy!

 

Milestones reached: Moving from belly to sitting position, signing actively with mom to communicate needs, and dancing on his bum.

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