Jenny continues to struggle with pain in her body due to involuntary muscle movements. We all treasure the moments when she appears to be comfortable and happy. Jenny has work well with making sounds recently. She often mouths words she wants to say, and I have noticed (after her mom pointed it out) that Jenny mouths words to songs that she listens to. For some reason, she does best at producing sound following a stimulation like laughing. Unfortunately, the thing that made her laugh the most was when she spit up at me on accident (so she claims).
Jenny is able to sit longer (2-3 hours) in an upright position and her tone in her neck and upper body get better every day. Some parts of her body are becoming more stiff, but we are trying to work out those bugs. She also seems to be getting sore muscles that are being worked in therapy. We had accessability designers and therapists from the rehab come to the house to see what needs done to get Jenny set up to come home. The house looks pretty good, but needs to add a roll-in shower. However, Jenny could come home at pretty much any time, as far as the house goes.