3 months

3 months

Can you believe that it has already been 3 months since our little man has bleesed us with his prescence.
He is keeping us very busy, lots of doctor apptoments, pt, ot, is( infant stem) and soon oral movement. He has also start his growth hormone about a month ago. He is now weighing in at more then doubled his birth weight, 10.4 lbs.

Whether it is all that we have been doing for him, or just his fearless attitiude, or all your prayers, I don’t know, but he is truley amazing. The dr. just said on Monday that he is the most alert and active baby she has seen with PWS. He has also started to smile whenever he hears our voices (especially daddy and Kaialani) and it melts our hearts.

I am going to try an take over blogging (new for me) and start posting more often to keep you all up to date on our little man’s progress as Linds has a full plate at work. Please contuine to pray for Makoa, it is working more than you know.

  • The Kalama Ohana
    Posted at 23:22h, 07 April

    Thanks for the update Tiff. He’s starting to look like Nainoa…keep up the good work mama!

  • Grammy and Papa
    Posted at 08:33h, 08 April

    We’re so amazed at the growth of all the Breeden Family in the last three months. God is blessing all your lives. God does have a plan.

  • Lala and Umpah
    Posted at 01:45h, 09 April

    Tiff – so glad youʻve taken over the blogging. I was really missing the updates and know linds is so busy. Canʻt wait to see all of you!

  • Allison and Phil
    Posted at 09:19h, 09 April

    He looks fantastic. Can’t wait to meet him!

  • Dan Bauchiero
    Posted at 09:59h, 10 April

    Finally, I was waiting for someone to take the reigns again! Slacker better be working hard, medical bills get expensive! We missed the updates. Glad to hear he is putting on the lbs! Give everyone big hugs!

  • Jennifer Sharman
    Posted at 03:44h, 20 April

    Hello there,

    It is really nice to see how well Makoa is doing. My daughter Josephine was born on 13 February 2010 and was diagnosed with PWS when she was 5 weeks old. We have an appointment with the endocrinologist next week and we are very interested to see that your son has already started growth hormone. We live in Belgium and we are not sure that they start so soon here but it really seems that babies with PWS benefit from starting as early as possible. Did your doctor give you any articles on this subject which would show the benefits of starting that early so that I could give them to her doctor? Would you mind giving me the name and details of your doctor so that I could contact him?

    Many thanks in advance.

    Warm reagrds and best wishes,


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