Whew. I'm starting to feel human again. Last week was so stressful. A day after our hospital/ER trip, I started Colton in physical therapy. Once it was determined that Colton's airways were fine and not causing him to not move, I decided to approach the moving problem head on.
Physical therapy: 2 times a week for the next 10 weeks, plus lots of at home practice
I know what you are thinking, "Oh angela is silly. Colton will move when he wants...he's fine."
I assure you...this kid. needs. physical. therapy. I know. I'm his mom. I've been watching my almost one year old NEVER make an attempt to sit up from lying down or crawl. He was months and months from crawling. And believe me, I've tried and TRIED to help him. Like I thought, the physical therapist said Colton's mobility was about at the same level as a 6 month old. Seriously. So, we are going to change that and get this kid moving. He's already shown great improvement and I'm feeling really good about it, although Colton isn't quite sure and cries practically the entire session.
Good news, Colton is fine in every other way...just happens to be significantly late in moving. Who knows exactly why. chubby, big head, cautious, content, chill little guy. So, for now, I'm going to pretend the weird breathing doesn't exist, and hopefully it just solves itself :)
ahhh, it's nice to feel almost normal again.