If you’re the parent of more than one child, you know you spend some time comparing your first with your second. Did they start walking around the same time? Are they saying as many words? Does everything seem to be going ok? You use the one experience you’ve had as the baseline for what to expect.
That’s why, when something is telling you to pay attention – when something inside is saying, “This doesn’t add up” – you act on it.
Kimberly Sprowal acted on it. Beginning at three months of age, Kimberly’s second daughter, Rose, seemed to be delayed on some of her developmental milestones, especially compared to what her big sister had been doing at that age.