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My baby was born missing all of his toes on one foot and he has one big toe on the other will he be able to walk ? My baby has Laryngomalacia and stridor will he be able to talk he cries good so i think he will i just dont know about his walking please be able to answer thank you so much lifepreserver
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replied September 11th, 2009
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I'm sorry to hear about your baby. Miracles do happen, and with therapy, maybe both are possible, I don't know. I wish I could give you a better answer...just try not to worry about it because only time can tell, and never give up on his no matter what he does or does not accomplish.
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replied November 22nd, 2011
I so Wish I would have seen this question when you posted. I could have saved you years of worrying and wasted tears. My daughter was born with nearly the same defect at 1`5yrs old..cheerleader, ballet and tap are among her many accomplishments. Cosmetically check out the site living skin....they do amazing things. I hope by now you too can answer this question.
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replied December 29th, 2012
I am sorry about the condition of your baby. Three years ago, I also had a child with the same condition and he was a still born. Six weeks after I gave birth to him, he died. Very tragic and very painful on our part but I just said to myself that maybe God has a purpose in all that happened. I gave my prepaid funeral plans because we were unready of it.
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