Please help my wibbly wobbly head
My mummy & daddy tried all the methods advised, shaped pillows, tummy time, different feeding positions, but all in vain , my egg remains.
My mummy & daddy were very upset, when the peadiatrician said "it would always be a bit flat" and that they would "love me anyway" . But as you can see it hasnt got any better, in fact Im still very wibbly wobbly, and if I have to wear glasses when Im older, they will never stay on and I won't ever be able to have a trendy short hair cut.
Mummy & daddy have been told that the NHS dont fund the helmet that I need to reshape my head. I am now 8 months old & for the treatment to work, I really need to start moulding my egg now.
So, I am asking if you can please help just a little bit, so I can grow up and be the same as my brother. The helmet I am going to need will be about £2500, my family can raise about £1000, so anything you can help with will be amazing, and I will be forever grateful, and I know it will make my mummy and daddy very happy.
Wobbly Rudy. He has just had his first
appointment with a Private Practice in Sevenoaks.
His Mum & Dad are so pleased they didn't listen
to the NHS Paediatrician.
His head would not have gone back on its own,
he has in fact got a combination of Plagiocephaly
& Brachiocephaly. Not only is it misshaped from
the front to the back. But also from side to side.
Therefore the only way forward for Rudy is a
specially made helmet. He is such a cutie & Im
sure that for the 6 mths that he has to wear it,
he will wear it well.
Thank you everyone xx
Thank you everyone x
Please get in touch with a charity called head start 4 babies. They may be able to help with some of the funding. Good luck
Thank you all!!!
Thank you Ron and Bunty. Very very grateful x
Thank you John Avery means a lot. X
Thank you every bit helps X
Thank you very much x