Often parents are told our children have hypermobility as well, which simply means the joints move excessively in comparison to other peoples joints. When you consider how muscles are used for every physical thing we do, from talking, to walking, or even just sitting or standing you can then start to appreciate the significance this has.
You probably are thinking because of this, your child won't be able to reach the developmental milestones within the "normal" range, I know I did. But I was determined to not give up on Delaney and to have the same expectations for her as I did with my other two. With a little bit of therapy and extra practice she continues to hit all milestones within "normal" range.