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Update from January of 2019 on Herrick
Herrick is now in the second grade of elementary school. He listens carefully in class, actively answers questions and studies hard.
He likes to read ancient poems and tell stories to the brother in his room. Herrick’s language is developing normally and he can express his own ideas and needs to the outside world. He gets along with his teachers and classmates and is a leader in playing games with friends.
During a routine physical examination in May 2018, Herrick was found to have hepatitis B but the liver function indicators were normal. In July and September of 2018, they were reviewed once. The results of both examinations were: hepatitis B small three positive, normal liver function.
Herrick was born in January of 2009. Herrick is considered healthy although he had surgery for an undescended testicle in 2017. Herrick has an outgoing and active personality although he looks a little serious in his photo. He loves to chat and loves sports. He likes to play games with children together. There are no differences between Herrick’s movements and peer’s movement. He can jog, play rope skipping and play games. He can help mom to do some simple housework, such as making his bed.
His communication is normal without barriers; he speaks clearly. He has smooth communication with teachers and classmates. He can express his own thoughts and likes to chat with mom. Now he is studying in grade one in primary school; he is able to finish his homework alone and always asks the question to teacher when he doesn’t know. He can wash up alone. He also likes to play with blocks. In the game, he is a young leader. He sounds like a fabulous boy!!
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