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June 26th, 2009, 09:35 AM
quietsong's Avatar Just Another Slacker Mom
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Danny had his latest mapping session on Wednesday. We weren't sure he was going to be killer great with it, since he spent 2-3 weeks with one of his processors out of commission. He blew us out of the water! He tested at 20 dB to speech and as low as 10 dB with pitches. 10! From my little guy who, a year ago, couldn't hear 100 dB. I am amazed. Floored. Thrilled. He waves when we say hi to him with no visual cues, and responds to his name pretty consistently. He's mimicking "h" and "mmm" and I swear yesterday he was squealing "uuuuh!" as I was lifting him over my head and saying "uuuup!" It's things that all sound pretty ridiculous and sad to anyone with only hearing children, but I could cry at some of the progress he has made.

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June 26th, 2009, 08:54 PM
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Lucky mother to five!

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June 30th, 2009, 02:39 PM
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woohoo every step is a step for the better. But even with hearing kids and our kids with speech delays or impairments we all understand. It makes you melt and wanna cry because of the accomplishment. I am so happy for you

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