We set him up for his first meeting with piggie. He was slow to start but once he got going, he seemed so proud of himself!
- His hands - his sweet little hands are active, he is moving them (his neurologist was once shocked that he has some intentional movements).
- His "home base" seems to be his face/mouth. When he wants to hit the switch, he goes up to his mouth and then down to the switch.
- He can find the switch.
- He can tolerate a long period of time (this was over an hour) of trying and letting that pig make the noise and wiggle up against him.
- He is understanding cause and effect. Push the switch, the piggie goes.
- He is having fun! We do not know many things that he truly enjoys since he rarely lets us know (he is good at letting us know what he does not like but not the other way around). He is making his happy noises.
That little pig noise can be pretty annoying after about 2 minutes but for Brayden...we will let him go for hours!