When I first got my baby girl, she was born with a severe birth defect known as Dorsal Pentaxic.
It means she had a missing part of her skull, but her brain didn’t stop growing until she was six months old.
The defect was so severe that she couldn’t speak, walk or even walk in her own sleep.
I was in the middle of giving birth, and I couldn’t find my baby because I was on my own and couldn’t get help.
I had no idea what else to do, so I started looking for help online.
My mom had seen videos of other mothers, but she didn’t know what to do.
My dad also couldn’t help.
He’s not a doctor, but he’s a very knowledgeable and thoughtful man.
I told him I was looking for a medical expert and that I wanted someone who could give me the right answers and recommendations.
After a couple of weeks, I found a guy named James Dyson, who could help me.
I went to him and asked for his advice.
He said, “OK, I’ll give you my advice.
Take your baby to a pediatrician.”
I was thrilled to hear this, because I wanted to change my baby’s speech.
The doctor told me that he thought the brain might be damaged, but that there wasn’t a clear reason why.
I wanted a sound to replace my voice.
I started taking the baby to different pediatricians, but the results were not good.
I didn’t want to go back to the doctor, so after a few more visits, I was convinced I needed to have surgery to fix the defect.
But I didn’st know how to do that.
When I found out I needed surgery, I called my doctor and told him what I wanted, too.
I’m glad I did.
Surgery was the best thing I ever did.
After the surgery, James took me to a private surgery clinic and gave me the very best care I’ve ever received.
James was the first person I called when I had a baby.
He was able to give me an accurate diagnosis and helped me get the right advice.
My parents are extremely grateful for all the care and support they’ve received from him.
And I’m so thankful that I’ve learned how to be a confident, caring mother and that he is able to help me to achieve my dreams.