I didnâ€™t know Alice had any issues until she was six weeks old. She wouldnâ€™t sleep and made a funny noise all the time but never cried (never has). Our GP sent her to see a paed who sent her for tests. By 17 months she couldnâ€™t sit up but was always happy. She had an MRI and was diagnosed with agenesis of the corpus callosum (no bridge in her brain). The neuro didnâ€™t think she would sit, walk or talk, a month later she sat up! She was also diagnosed with epilepsy, a floppy voice box, eyesight issues, hearing problems, low muscle tone and a low immune system at this time. She bum shuffled everywhere and started special needs nursery at three. At 5 and a half she walked! Her mobility is limited and unfortunately getting worse now. She was diagnosed with a rare chromosome disorder at 6. She was diagnosed with a sickness syndrome at 11 after throwing up 24 times a day. Alice is on The Genome Project as her paed thinks something else is going on. Sheâ€™s the happiest girl I know and will give anything a try.