How are we all!? (Hope some of you remember me!) Well, Joseph is growing to be quite a remarkable little boy! unfortunately, me and his Mum split back in March and I now live with my Dad until the new year and I can find my feet again. Joseph lives with his mummy. Joseph has been registered blind but this has not been related to any form of ROP. The opthalmologists say that it is a rare retinal disorder and they are struggling to 'label' it, so we're unsure. He can only see dim lights/shadows to his perhipheral vision. Yet, he is stunning. The neonatal consultant has recently discharged him from his clinic and called Joseph 'A Remarkable example of a bright baby'. His visually impaired tutor says 'She's worked in this field for 25 years and has never met such a brave child.' He can navigate his way around a room confidently after only being in there for a minute or two, as he feels his way around. He's known his alphabet since 17 months old and now counts to 40 (he was only 2 in October). His vocabulary is massive, knows many many nursery rhymes. He is purely amazing. So I hope this goes out as a story about a child who suffered a brain haemmorhage, underwent a blood transfusion, spent ten weeks in NICU, suffered internal bowel problems and comes out unscathed. It really can turn out amazing for anyone going through this. Keep strong.