Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
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Hey Bobbie, I just wanted to offer my support. I'm sure if there's anything wrong, you've caught it early enough for it to be fixed in a jiffy - IF there is anything wrong, Seth is young enough that to him, it doesn't matter too much, he will be able to adapt VERY quickly - little kids are great like that.
What about with the TV, does he sit abnormally close, or have the TV turned way up?
You can try doing some tests yourself, like sneaking up behind him and whispering louder and louder until you get a response... but of course Seth could always just be playing the "ignore the mommy" game. You won't really know until you get some standardized tests done by a pediatrician, someone that knows how to test kids and make it so they understand... they'll probably have some blind tests so there's some sort of "control" to weed out inconsistent responses. Anyways, the people behind the tests know their stuff!!
I'm just blathering away. I'm sure Seth is fine and any bumps along the road that you might encounter will be dealt with easily!
Keep us updated, Bobbie, you know you're in my thoughts :)
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