The reality is Clayton is still so weak. The tiniest activities zap what little energy he has. His trunk is not strong enough to hold him upright and by the end of the last two days, he hasn't even been able to hold his head up.
The reality is his right hand still doesn't function like it used to. His pincer grasp just isn't there right now and it's frustrating for him and definitely frustrating to watch.
The reality is it took him years to gain these skills the first go-around.
The reality is Clayton is getting down. He barely smiled today. He's cried over the smallest things and this evening he was crying over nothing specific that we could tell. I asked him if his head hurt several times and got no response. I asked if he was just sad and he nodded with his little bottom lip poked out. My heart strings are about tugged out!! How do I explain to him that it's just going to take lots of time and practice to get things back to where they were? There's no way to tell what is going through that little head of his, but I'm sure it's got to be scary and sad not knowing why his body won't do what it used to.