Noah's hand and foot
It's a little difficult to see, but last Wednesday before Noah was put in the iron lung, we had his foot and hand imprints made in plaster. A family that once had their child at TCH Denver donated 20 years worth of imprint gifts for families. We had to tape Noah's fingers back because he was so hypotonic, but he managed to curl his two middle fingers regardless, and made the sign for love in ASL, American Sign Language. It's a little hard to see in the picture, but pretty cool. Thank you, TCH, for such a neat gift for our family.