Some photos from Andrew's botox procedure. We had to be at Texas Children's bright and early so we were on the road at 4:45am which is super early for me, I'm not much of a morning person.
Such a sweet boy!
Afterward in the recovery room, he does not wake up well from anesthesia. Hiding from everyone right before he went crazy and tried to yank off every single thing touching him, he nearly got the IV.
After lots of screaming and demanding to leave, the nurse decided he could go home LOL
I can't tell much of a difference yet but Andrew has had a confidence boost so I'm very pleased. He's been riding his bike more than he ever has in his life (the reciprocal pedaling movement is very challenging for him). He was even brave enough to give it a try without training wheels. He's not there yet but I was very proud of him for giving it a try!
Riding his bike with some encouragement from Granny
Andrew has been working hard all summer at coloring with markers. I think he's much better than me now! All the coloring seems to have strengthened his hands because his handwriting is looking a little better every day.
In one week we head back to Texas Children's to get his first cast to start stretching out the tendon in his heel.