#1. Developmental delays (we knew that)
#2. Prematurity (Keith was a twin and was born at 35 weeks, again we knew that)
#3. Hypotonic Cerebral Palsy - read here and here for more information. This we didn't know. We were told that he had CP when we were preparing to adopt him, but when he didn't show any signs of spastic CP - which is the most common form of CP - we assumed that this was incorrect. Keith doesn't seem to have a very severe form of hypotonic CP, as he is very mobile and can hold his head up. I am hopeful that he will continue progressing and now that we have an actual diagnosis, we can proceed to address it and help him more.
Tonight I held Keith after he fell asleep. It was such a sweet moment as Keith hasn't ever fallen asleep in my arms before. I am so honored to be his Mama and I hope that I can give him all that he needs.