Taylor Update: Flowers
We had a ROUGH night sleep… T was fine but Shyla was sick overnight… yikes! Taylor slept through most of it… luckily, he slept in a bit so we were able to catch up a little 😉 (BTW, Shyla is better, fortunately).
We enjoyed a relaxing day watching football and keeping up with our Fantasy Football Scores. My mom has been enjoying watching football too!
Taylor is VERY READY for therapy to kick back up tomorrow… he’s ready to work! In the meantime, we did some walking and exploring with Samm before she headed back to college. They spent some time outside enjoying the cooler weather and the nice flowers that are outside the family center.
It was sad to see her go but we enjoyed her visit and Jennifer and I know she will kick butt back at school! ❤️
Taylor did so well walking today… he walked unassisted (only there if needed) from the elevator to our apartment! PENNY!!! He stumbled a little bit but recovered just great! PENNY! It’s hard to not help but it’s needed as he starts to gain more and more independence.
We are also VERY excited about how well he is picking up objects and his surroundings… if I had to guess, I would say that the past few days have provided some slight vision improvements… he says no, but we say yes 😉 PENNY!
With his vision, it is SO exciting to see ANY little advancement… it’s only been 10.5 weeks and basically 8 weeks since his recovery started. There is so much hope around him being able to see again because of seeing little advancements this early… they keep coming… and we will take each and every penny we can!!! PENNY!
Please PLEASE continue to send your love, thoughts and prayers to Taylor! It is WITHOUT a doubt helping, in many ways!! Plus he loves hearing from everyone and it helps motivate him!!!!
I hope you are excited about your day tomorrow… I know Taylor is, and I CAN’T WAIT!!!
Until tomorrow… Miracles Happen! WE LOVE YA’LL!!!
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