Quinn's first doctor's appointment led to a flurry of specialist visits.
First up, on Monday he will meet with an internationally know feeding specialist, who happens to live in Tucson. She will work with him on his refusal to eat solid foods. Our first exercise was to track anything he puts in his mouth - that was easy, the answer is nothing! - and to dip the fingers he puts in his mouth in juice and see what he does. He pops them in just like normal.
Next up, he is enrolled in Arizona's Early Intervention program for kids with developmental delays. That will lead him to a physical therapist to get him to use his bad shoulder (his SN is a brachial plexus injury sustained during delivery) and an occupational therapist to work on his walking.
In December, we will visit an international adoption clinic in San Francisco for a thorough analysis of his development, attachment, etc.
This kid is going to see a lot of waiting rooms. We'd better make sure we bring the stacking cups!