The thought crosses my mind as I’m feeding Danny, talk practically non-stop in the process about more and yummy and sweet bananas: how often do you see a newborn turn to look at a sound when it’s presented?
You don’t even think about it, do you?
And if you did … you probably wouldn’t see it very often.
Too much focus on his hearing is unhealthy. If you build it, it will come. Let’s build. I think I may have just let go – not too much, but just enough.
That’s true. You are right. We know Adrian hears find so we don’t worry if he doesn’t acknowledge our voices. In fact, I’d say most of the time he just ignores.
After talking with John Monday I was not sure what to expect when veiwing the video. I don’t know if I was trying to see more than was there but Danny seemed to respond quite well to the sounds around him. Seemed kind of ‘normal’ to me…just keep up the good work and enjoy both those little sweethearts. And give them both a hug and kiss from g-ma and g-ma great.
I’m glad you’re coming to some sort of “okay” about this all… I can’t imagine how stressful this is. But I think it all just sounds like Danny being Danny… he’s just such a relaxed, laid back dude. And of course with his history that’s bound to drive mommy crazy.
I don’t have any great words of advice. I do, however, have friendship, support, thoughts and prayers. Everything will work out, Kel. You are an amazing Mom.