I will try to make this brief but would love for someone to help me out. My daughter will be three in November. She is still not walking. The neurosurgeon has said all along that she probably wouldn't walk till she was three just due to the severity of the hydrocephalus. In June we had a MRI done just due to the face that we haven't had one in so long. The MRI showed Chiari Malformation. Stage 1. I am so afraid that she will now not walk. I would love to talk to someone that has a similiar situation. Suzanne
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