Triplet Princes and a Princess

Triplet Princes and a Princess

Our journey to hearing with Cormac while living our life with triplet boys and a baby girl.







Saturday, December 15, 2007

Cormac 3 /12 months post activation

This is Cormac 3 1/2 months post activation. For those who don't know, Cormac was born profoundly deaf in both ears. He recieved bilateral Cochlear Implants on 6/21/07 at 14 months old. He was activated on 7/23/07 and 7/24/07. In this video I am covering my mouth so he can't read my lips. As of December, Cormac understands about 200 words. He has also started talking. He is one smart little cookie! (by the way, he said "ookie" yesterday for the first time!)

I took this video a while ago but did not post it becasue I was not keeping up the blog. Cormac understands around 200 words at last count. He knows the entire alphabet (which he can also sign a lot of ) and he knows his numbers 1-5 and signs those as well. He is already starting to talk. He has a few words but my favorite is Mom. Not too shabby for a 20 month old who has only been hearing for not even 4 months!

Each day the gap is getting smaller and smaller between him and Ciaran and Colin.

3 comments:

Jodi Cutler Del Dottore said...

Hi Jen,
Your blog rocks! Consider your youtube video stolen...he is doing amazing and you sound so happy and proud. You go Mom! Thanks for thinkin of me, big hug, Jodi

Jennifer said...

Jodi,
I am so new to this blog but am trying. I totally stole your songarea.com idea! I am glad to share the video with you. Just to clarify, in the beginnig, Cormac is shaking his fist and I am saying "why I oughta". My husband always teases the boys and says this to them and they think it is hilarious. Maybe not the best thing to teach the boys, but they love it!

rinku said...

Hi Jeniffer,
Your blog is super amazing.Jill told me about your blog and asked me to contact you,that you are an awsomemother and will helpmeout in this tough time.
I have a 8 mnth old daughter with sensorinural hearing loss in both ears.I live in Hackensack,nj.
I wanted to talk to you about the howto go ahead with cochlear implants.WHICH DOCTOR ,HOSPITAL N EVEYTHING,

Where can i contact ??