Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Look who's writing!


OK, so I won't be hiring Max out anytime soon to address wedding invitations. But holy handwriting: He is scribbling his name by himself! Quite the feat for a kid with hands that sometimes don't do what he wants them to do.

Squeeeee!

Max uses a pencil encased by foam tubing, the same kind we use for the maroon spoons he eats with. The stuff looks like this, I get it at Discount School Supply:


Once again, let me just say, TAKE THAT, DOOMSAYING DOCTORS OF THE NICU.

Yeah.

32 comments:

  1. You go, Max! You're awesome! (And you too, proud mama.)

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  2. Ahh that's so awesome! Good job, Max!! :D

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  3. Go Max, GOOOOOOOOO!
    We love you & your mommy!

    xoxooxox

    (sorry about earlier comment, linked somehow to my old blog)

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  4. Woooohoooo! That is awesome!

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  5. Yah Max! Yah Mom for getting him all the supports he needs. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Yay Max! That's something we struggle with too, so I can totally appreciate your excitement!

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  7. Brilliant! You must be sooo proud

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  8. That's awesome! This is just the begining....

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  9. Go Max!!!! You must be so very proud of him Ellen, kudos to him and you for all the hard work it took to achieve this milestone!

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  10. That is so awesome! Hearing about all of the things Max does gives me so much hope for Zac and what he will be able to do. Thanks for sharing and go Max!

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  11. Woo Hoo, Max! Once again you are an inspiration! You give me hope that my sweet girl will be able to write her name eventually too!

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  12. Bravo Max! Your written name looks beautiful!

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  13. WAHOOOO!!!! Yea Max!!! And to everyone who has helped him get there!!!! Save that one for the book! What a great milestone. My A is still trying. I know we will get there some day....

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  14. Way to go, Max! Keep up the great work!

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  15. Wow, that's so great! Congratulations!

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  16. Cool! Very exciting!

    And I will check out the adapted foam tubing.

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  17. That is awesome! Go Max!!!!!

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  18. Wonderful news and great going Max! I'm on pins and needles today waiting to hear an update on my granddaughter's first evaluation visit to Kennedy-Kreiger in Baltimore!

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  19. That's fabulous!!! You go, Max!!!!

    Keri

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  20. Gotta share some family drama that I know you'll appreciate. My daughter can't handle pet dander because of her trach. My SIL invited us over for dinner on Saturday because my in-laws will be in town. But the cat now stays inside, so she said my daughter will have to stay outside. MY ONE YEAR OLD DAUGHTER will have to stay outside. Thanks, but I think we have plans. The insensitivity of my husband's family never ceases to amaze me.

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    1. Whats that got to do with this? And how do you know "Ellen will appreciate it" then, eh?? It is rude not to praise Max. It is also rude to share irrelevant things in the comments section of a post which is about something else.

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Thanks for sharing!



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