Maddox began PT about four months ago. Twice a month, we visit a local gym and Maddox gets to "play" for an hour.
When things seem a little challenging to Maddox, be it in speech or PT, she will look at the therapist and say, "Mommy do it" with the sweetest yet kind of whiney little voice. It is her way of letting us know that she is intimidated by what she has been asked to do for fear of failure - our girl is smart, she knows when things are going to be hard for her to do.
Summer has been great too for building Maddox's strength. We have spent countless hours at the pool with friends and she LOVES the water.
It seems our little one is currently progressing steadily with speech as well. She recently has gained the ability to tattle on her siblings:) Most of the time she is all smiles. However, her other "recent" is her attitude....we all have to turn our heads when we see that we have made her a bit angry - it is quite funny and for the first time in my parenting history, I find myself wanting to actually video tape her during one of her rants. When someone in our family tells her something that she disagrees with, she throws her finger up in the air, raises her voice and says, "Never! Never! Never!" All the while, her whole body is moving back and forth. It really should not be recognized as "cute" but....