Just found out a week ago that my son has hypotonia and we are still figuring out what that means. As of right now we have no cause. We are still waiting on doctors and lab results. My husband doesn't fully understand why it makes me cry and I feel like no one around me understands. Its just so frusterating not knowing whats wrong!!! I cant help but wonder if I did something wrong and thats what caused DS's problem (that has yet to be named). I just want to know I am not the only one who has no clue what they are doing. My oldest two children had no problems hitting milestones so even though I am a "seasoned" mommy I feel like I am stranded with no way back. Am I alone in this thought?
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