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Date Posted: 12:56:21 09/03/07 Mon
Author: Mary
Subject: Re: Pictures
In reply to: S. K. Dixon 's message, "Re: Pictures" on 12:25:19 09/03/07 Mon

>Oh thank you, Mary, for these pics! Both babies are
>adorable but Precious Peanut is so tiny and less
>developmentally along, for sure; but I am VERY
>encouraged that he is still with you--and only because
>of your dedication and love has that been possible!
>Is he able to use those back legs fairly well now?

I think other than his small size, he is doing great! He eats like there is no tomorrow. He likes his grapes, pecans, walnuts, acorns...I have yet to see his brothers eating anything! I let him go into his Daddy's cage while Daddy is out running around --he manages the tree limbs very well, tries jumping from one limb to the other. He even found a piece of a caramel that his father must have snatched from the candy dish and was trying to eat it. His back legs have definitely caught up with the rest of him. He now can hold himself up enough to go to the bathroom without getting it all over himself (which makes my job much easier!) He is still unsteady with his gait, but overall I think he is coming along very well.

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