WHAT WYATT IS: (NOT WHAT HE ISN'T)

By Rona, January 2003

Wyatt is 4 1/2 years old. He is the youngest (and last) of my three children. He is no longer a baby, but he is still a baby where his needs and his care are concerned.

Wyatt is beautiful. He has big, sparkling blue eyes that draw everyone to him.

Wyatt is very cognitively aware. He is alert, responsive and engaging.

Wyatt is happy. He brings joy to those who love him and turns strangers into friends.

Wyatt is a friend to his peers. He is a loving brother to his brother and sister. Wyatt is the light of his
mommy's life.

Wyatt is a star. Everywhere he goes, everyone at school knows Wyatt.

Wyatt is learning to communicate. He is starting to use a Big Mac and switch toys.

Wyatt loves to eat. His favorite food is a caramel sundae from McDonalds. He gets very excited when I buy him a sundae.

Wyatt is a special child with special needs.

Wyatt rides to school on a yellow school bus.

Wyatt loves church and Sunday school. He is God's child.

Wyatt loves to cuddle with mom. 

Wyatt loves to watch basketball and football on TV. He is a Lakers fan.

Wyatt loves to be with his dad.

Wyatt is growing up.

 

Thanks for allowing me to share my son with you.

Rona mom to Wyatt (Encephalitis 2/1/99)


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