Charlie has also been doing some constriction therapy as a way to access his weak limbs and fingers. You can see below that his therapist has bound his over-toned fingers and left his weaker pointer and thumb free for that all-important pincer grasp. We'll continue this kind of therapy through the spring.
Meanwhile, Charlie has been enjoying time with his brother Walker. He plays and scoots and spins and is interested in everyone around him. He's also been doing a lot more "talking" lately, throwing in fully formed words here and there. His latest triumph? Asking for "oh - meal" - a favorite and frequent menu item. Go Charlie!
Thank you to everyone who helped to make Charlie's wheel chair happen.
We are so grateful to you. Your support is awe-inspiring!
All our love,
The Greenman Family