It has been a while since I wrote about DDH, it seems like a long time since it was such a major factor in our world.  Its legacy lives on, but in a positive way. …

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To be honest, Hip Dysplasia is a fading memory for us.  I often feel guilt when I see friends in my timeline whose children went through the same journey we did with late diagnosis (or…

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I watched you run today. Your arms stretched through the unseen air, hands scooping great chunks of it propelling you forward.  Your gait, a tiny bit lopsided, the only sign remaining from your past surgeries.…

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It is over three years since Libby-Sue came out of spica cast following surgery for her undetected hip dysplasia. It has been just under two and a half years since she learnt to walk for…

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I remember the days leading up to BB’s official diagnosis of Hip Dysplasia with a clarity that is often remiss in my memory bank.  Google had already spelled out our daughters condition before we even…

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