Yesterday morning, which was a typical Sunday morning, there was a lot of hustle and bustle around here with everyone getting ready for church. I got Moriah fed and dressed and laid her in the pack ‘n play so I could go get myself ready.
When I came back downstairs, I found her like this. It seemed like a funny way to sack out, but whatever works, I guess.
She is doing super right now. She’s on track developmentally, and our Early Intervention specialist recommended having full therapy (physical, occupation and speech) evaluations done this month just to get a baseline.
Moriah surprised us over the weekend too—twice actually. She rolled over! We’ve been giving her lots of “tummy time” to strengthen her muscles, and how she’s been using them!
At dinnertime on Saturday, Nathan noticed that Moriah had rolled over. Of course, I went over to check, knowing I had laid her down on her tummy. Sure enough, there she was on her back. The rest of the family then crowded around to see and began cheering wildly for her. It was a heartwarming moment, no doubt one of many to come, as “Team Moriah” roots for her progress and success.