So far having Leighton isn't very different then having my other two "normal" kids. The only differences are she already has stuff. Most Newborns don't have groups they have already joined, and social events. Leighton does. She has her United Angels things we go to. She has her physical therapist, and Michelle who comes to visit her. She's who I talk to with what LC needs help with and she sets it up. We have a few more Doctors appointments like her cardiologist, and I run her to after hours more often to check her ears. I have to be a little more cautious when shes sick. Also I enjoy all the small things she's does more. Like she rolled from her tummy to her back by herself 3 times in a row yesterday, and she moves all around to the different hanging toys she wants to play with now. I'm like oh my gosh and I clap for her because she is being so "normal", and she smiles so big cause she knows she's a little "rock star" (that's what Michelle calls her because she does so well).
She even got to try some rice cereal today, and I was worried the first few bites because her tongue thrust,