Wednesday, January 30, 2008

In case I have not mentioned mom ROCKS!! I wanted to post this video to show everyone how well Brooklyn is doing with her switches and her choices. Her "vocabulary" is growing so much! It is so encouraging and exciting to see all the new things she is learning.
Thanks mom, I do not tell you enough how much I appreciate all of the love and support you give me and Brooklyn!


Rebecca said...

I am amazed!!! I have to tell you, you guys were lucky in a way to get your diagnosis when you did. Caitlyn was 2 1/2 at the time, and we had wasted a year working on verbal language and signs...If I could, I would stay home with her and teach her everything she needs to know! Brooklyn, you are so lucky to have your grandma there with you!

Lindsay said...

I am so proud of you!! You are doing an amazing job and I know that your mom and dad are even more proud of you and all the accomplishments you have had in the past few weeks and even months. We are all proud of you kiddo and I can't wait to hear about all the new things you will be doing.

Lindsay Capman

Doris said...

Brooklyn rocks! Your mom rocks! Amazing! Where did you get your switch/picture propper thing-y?

Anonymous said...

Way to go Brooklyn I am so proud of you and all your accomplishments way to go Grammy. Awesome!!!!Janet

Alisa said...

That is fantastic!! It's so great they have tools out there like that and Gramma works with her & encourages her. What love!! Come see us anytime in Columbus Brooklyn. We'd love to meet up at Cosi for some fun!
Ava and Andersen

Kelly said...

The same faces she makes when Brooklyn points to a word and "speaks" is the same face Kaelyn makes when she points and speaks. I cried tears of joy watching and seeing Brooklyn's joy in learning. You have to be sooooooo proud!

Sam and Finn said...

Smart and beautiful! That's a winning combination. We are going to have to talk our parents into bringing us up to see you this summer!

Melyssa said...

Way to go Brooklyn! You did such a great job! Boy you are lucky to have such a great Grammy and teacher!!!! Keep up the hard work!

Wifey said...

It's so encouraging to see that she understands and learns and can do all these wonderful things. I think I'm at a stage right now where I am not giving my Baby Nora enough credit for what she can do. I know she will get there and I want to be more supportive of her. I don't know why I struggle with that right now. But, thanks for this post... so encouraging!

Hope you are all doing well. I'm so glad you guys can keep your chin up. It's amazing. Thinking of you all.