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Ally was born in December 2013 and was abandoned when she was about 6 weeks old. She has been diagnosed with Congenital Absence of fingers and toes, and Congenital Ocular Dysplasia.
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Ally has no vision in her right eye but she is able to see with her left eye (which has mild nystagmus.) At 3 months old she could hold her head up while lying on her on her stomach, move her head to follow objects and played with her hands. She was making sounds and would smile when played with.
At 6 months she could stretch her hands out to play with toys in front of her . She would giggle and liked to interact with her caregivers. She would turn her head when called and was beginning to understand adults facial expressions. Ally was beginning to babble, would laugh happily and liked to play in noisy places. She was said to be an active and cute child who was not afraid of strangers.
Ally was about 15 months old when her adoption report was written and at that time she could sit alone, visually follow a toy dropped on the floor and take a toy in each hand at the same time. She could also express “no” when a caretaker would try to pull toy she was holding and was imitating words. She was said to get along well with others, have a ready smile and be fond of playing games.
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