DOB: March 2006
Aleigh has strabismus that may need to be surgically corrected. She does not have any official medical diagnosis. However, while her muscle tone is normal, she does have “unstable support” in her legs. She can crawl, pull to a stand and walk while holding a care giver’s hand. We do have a photo of her standing up. She reacts to speech and tactile stimuli. She reacts to her name. She pronounces some words and simple sentences. She seeks out contact from adults, though she rarely tries to interact with other children. She needs support to complete tasks. With support, she can trace lines on paper and string rings. She hums children’s songs. She does not like to be alone.
UPDATE- June 2011: We have several new photos and a video of Aleigh!