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October 26th, 2007, 10:11 PM
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I've gone over and over and over and over the video I have of Brayden from the day we brought him home until past his 1st birthday. Keep in mind signs started around 9m old. I NEVER in any second of that video saw regression....NEVER! I worry that it is still to come! He never stopped smiling, or laughing, or lost his spirit....he never had true words to lose. Yes I say he lost 5....but really now that I understand what having a word means he never had 5 he just said the sounds but he didn't use them! He didn't have the jargony babble little one have when he was supposed to. As for communication it seems as if it was ALWAYS lacking....wonder why?

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October 29th, 2007, 12:55 AM
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Hmmm, interesting. Maybe his regression was very subtle.
Gus was always lacking in speech. He said Mama once. He definitely did have a regression in sounds though. He completely lost the ability to make the "m" sound for example and is only recently beginning to get it back, after a year speech therapy.

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October 29th, 2007, 07:48 AM
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Yes, but her's was early on and due to seizures. By the time she was six months old, all the normal baby development had practically disappeared and she could barely smile anymore. After her first surgery, she started catching up in her development but seizures came back and her second surgery was when she was 13 months old. She did very well after surgery but has never been up to par with kids her own age and the older she gets, the slower the progress. We think she's regressing again
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October 29th, 2007, 01:55 PM
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Yes. He was about 18 months old. He stopped talking, singing, and playing with me. He didn't speak again until he was four. Then he was doing great one year at the school, then we had a 10 day break for Christmas and he could not go back. I had to sit in the classroom with him for days to get him to accept it again. From then on we made sure he had something structured for school breaks.
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