Sunday, December 12, 2010

All about Chris

OK So I am changing it up on our blog. 3 years ago My friends helped me start a blog so I could keep my friends and family updated on the progress of Our little Christopher. And for some reason I have gotten distracted from that. I think now more than ever I need to blog about Christopher's life because I hope that some mother out there who has just found out their son or daughter will be born with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalous will find strength and hope through our experiences since Christopher's Birth.
It's amazing that Christopher has been in our family for 3 years already. It's been a whirlwind, but it has been an amazing journey. I am so excited to watch this little boy grow up and eventually turn into a man. And what a man I know he will be. The sky's the limit for him.
In the last year Christopher has made many changes. He has learned to use his walker perfectly as if it is just part of him. He goes anywher and everywhere with it. He is now talking in full sentences, it is so fun to be able to carry on a conversation with him. He started preschool in October, and there has been so much growth there. Biggest thing now is his learning how to use his 4 arm crutches. He does not like them much right now, but he is improving every day.
So, this is going to be the way I am going to Chronicle Christopher's growth and adventures in life. Please follow along because I'm telling you this little boy is inspiring and our family is so blessed to have him be ours.


Vicki said...

Becky, you and Christopher and your family are so inspiring. I have loved watching you handle your challenges with grace and Christopher is awesome! It is so good to see him doing so well, trucking along with his walker. Your blog is going to be such a great resources for families with spina bifida babies.

Nette said...

Oh my, Christopher is already 3. . .how is that possible? He is such a handsome and courageous boy! He is so lucky to have you for a mommy!

We miss you!

Hearts Turned said...

He's such an amazing little man--I LOVE HIM!!! So glad you'll be sharing his progress, my you!