Becca now pulls over a chair in order to climb up and see what is up on a table. Amazing!
She’s also “talking” more. Not just one syllable sounds; stringing together a collection of sounds - still gibberish, but sounds more like conversation, like it could be another language.
She is also jumping better, clearly getting air.
Her bowlegs seem dramatically improved. Left is still worse than the right, but probably under the level at which I would consider the surgery option (pins for several years on the outside edges of the tibia to prevent growth, then six-weeks in a cast).
When I say “1, 2,…” she says “Threee”. Not bad.
She sings along with videos now, sometimes actually nailing a word or a sound correctly.