Boy, born October 2012
Down syndrome, Congenital heart defect (VSD)
At the age of 4 months, Aran would laugh when teased and could visually follow the moving people. At the age of 6 months, he could move his head freely, look around, and when someone talked to him, he would make the sound of gugu. At the age of 8 months, he could distinguish the sounds of familiar people, distinguish strangers from familiar people, and had more sensitive hearing. At the age of 10 months, he could roll over, transfer from supine position to lateral position, or transfer from lateral position to supine position. He would turn his head over when called. Now he can sit alone, crawl, smile at familiar people, and knows how to grasp the toy nearby his hand. He also knows how to respond to the facial expressions of adults. He is outgoing, active, and lovely. Usually he is fond of playing with toys and fond of listening to music. When there is music, he is very quiet. Sometimes he waves his hands. He is not afraid of strangers and likes to be cuddled and teased. He has a sweet smile when he is happy.