Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Wordless Wednesday 21 March

I believe that there are no barriers when given the opportunity to learn.  The small part of Haydens brain that is functioning constantly proves that.  Especially as we were told that he might never walk or talk again.  I guess the small amount of brain that is still operational is working overtime.





I am linking this post to My Little Drummer Boys.

8 comments:

Julia Kuku Couture said...

What a handy little man, it is fantastic to see them learn and do new things even the smallest things

Lisa H said...

Hayden looks very engrossed in the task! He obviously enjoys creativity, going by the look on his face in the first photo. It's like a mix of concentration and wonder. At least that's how I interpret it. :-)

Leovi said...

S, beautiful pictures, he looks very focused, I think it is necessary to stimulate capabilities constantly, otherwise it would be a mistake. regards

Kate @ Back to Basics Tuition said...

The brain is such an amazing thing Tamara. And combine that with the magic of a child and wondrous things happen :)

bettyl said...

How awesome that he is so focused on what he's doing! It does make you wonder what's going on inside that brain of his--as I wonder about lots of kids when their face is so intense!

Missy Boo said...

He looks like he's focussing really well on the task he's working on :)

Lisa Wood said...

So good to see that he loves to make things!
Maybe he doesnt need to talk - he could easily be for greater things.
Reminds me of the guy who can see a city from a helicopter and then paint it from only memory...yet he can not communicate like other people his age!
Cheers
Lisa

Grace said...

I love how he's so busy concentrating and focusing. Great to see him so engrossed in his handy man tasks !