When we first came home with Carrington the doctors thought she may have had broken or dislocated hips due to the way her legs stuck out at a 90* angle. During her hospital stay the doctors x-rayed her and came to the decision her hips were not dislocated or broken but actually had such shallow sockets due to no weight ever have been put on them. The orthopedic surgeon thought she was going to need surgery to snip a muscle or something because it was far too tight. Well, thanks to our most amazing physical therapist, Miss Vicki, Carrington went in for a preop and the doctors could not believe what they saw: Carrington was not going to need surgery. Miss Vicki had been working with Carrington and that muscle and showed us what she wanted us to do and that had released that tightness. Just to be sure the doctor asked us to come back in a few months later to make sure things were still looking good. They are!! Just look at this video and watch her right leg. The foot at first stays with just the toes touching but the more she bounces the more it goes down. Our friend Amber gave us this bouncy seat thing and it has done wonders for getting Carrington to do more with that leg. I was in the other room when I heard a strange noise and saw that Carrington was just a bouncing away to the music so of course I had to film it. She did not know I was there for a while but as you see in the video she soon sees me and just gives me a look. Oh my how far she has come!! From just a mere 7 1/2 months ago where she could only lay there to a little girl who scoots all over the house, now actively seeks out our small dog by rolling or scooting to him (much to Skippy's displeasure), and today actually got into crawling position with rocking. I really think this princess is going to be crawling by Christmas. Way to go my sweet angel!!