Posted By admin on February 20, 2007
I can’t keep her sitting anymore.
She tries to pull up on everything.
She still stands on her toes so she is very wobbly.
Tags: albinism development, children with albinism
Lyra is so pretty!! I just want to touch that silky hair. My daughter, Enya, also has OCA. She’s a curly headed girl though. She is certainly beautiful, and there’s really no need to plan that far ahead with her, in my opinion. Enya’s 11 and most of what she currently needs is because she could tell me when she was able to verbalize. Of course, I took great care of her eyes and skin. She wouldn’t keep her glasses on regularly until she was almost 16 months old. Then when she reached first grade, she was able to tell me that glasses didn’t really help her. It’s a never ending discovery..take it slow and don’t panic! She’s a beautiful girl, and you’re a great mommy. Things will be alright.
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