I realize that this is a long video, but we wanted to capture Beckett's behavior, facial expressions, motor movements and over all reaction to certain stimuli (the vacuum). Please ignore the last couple minutes, my husband seemed to get creative and video me vacuuming the curtains...SMH! LOL! At this point in time Beckett could not sit up, crawl, had very uncoordinated movements, was very sensitive to sounds. As you can see in the video he suffered many months with acid reflux. I knew at 4 months that something was wrong when he could not hold his head up, grasp toys, or sit up on his own. He screamed during bath time. We could bot figure out if it was the water temperature, being naked, or the feeling of the water itself. He was a very happy baby for the most part. As you can see his twin sister was functioning at normal age and hitting all her milestones. I believe that Beckett being with his twin helped model behavior and help his imitation of play. About 6 weeks after this video was made we had put him in physical therapy.
The video below is the first year Beckett was in the Early Childhood program in our public schools. This is one of the moments I treasured and knew that he had an idea how to comprehend some things. I was so excited. He was 3 1/2 in this video.