Life with us wasn’t much easier, unfortunately. His first hospital admission at 11 weeks old for bronchiolitis turned into 12 days as he picked up RSV from his roommate. His first two years continued on that path of random diagnoses and hospital stays for upper respiratory infections, pneumonia and RSV. By the time he was 18 months we knew he aspirated (hence all the pneumonias – they were aspiration pneumonia), he had low muscle tone, glasses for strabismus, gait issues, was globally delayed in everything and wasn’t vocal. We received the diagnosis of Angelman Syndrome just before his second birthday and generalized epilepsy at 4.5.