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Archives: Ady's Paws

Ady’s Paws – Ace

Ace entered the world 3 days after his expected arrival date, weighing in at 6lbs 5oz. Ace was hitting all major milestones earlier than expected. He walked at 10 1/2 months; knew his letters and the sounds they made by 16 months, before he could really form full sentences. He read fluently before he turned […]

Read MoreAdy’s Paws-Samantha

Samantha was born only one week early but she was a tiny baby at just 4lbs 10.5oz.  She spent one week in the NICU and then got to come home.  Even tho she was tiny, she was hitting all of her milestones for quite some time. At one point though Samantha began to regress.  She […]

Read MoreAdy’s Paws-Brylee and Madison

Brylee is a beautiful 4 ½ year old little girl. She was diagnosed with nonverbal autism spectrum disorder when she was 2 years old.  Brylee was a happy, healthy baby who hit all her developmental milestones on time up until she was a year old.  By the time Brylee was 18 months old, her mom […]

Read MoreAdy’s Paws-Mason

Mason is our beautiful, smart, sensitive, loving, blue-eyed 4 year old. Mason has Autism Spectrum Disorder, severe anxiety, and possible seizure disorder. We have had a long, exhausting journey with Mason, and we still have not reached our “destination.” Mason was the perfect baby boy we had been waiting for. He was the first grandchild […]

Read MoreAdy’s Paws – Eli

Eli is our 8-year-old son, who is autistic and non-verbal as well as physically handicapped. The first 18 months of his life, Eli appeared to be typically developing in every way except speech. His pediatrician wanted to start some speech therapy, and that’s where our journey began. We kept thinking, “Oh, boys are slower learners; […]

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