Braydon is such a fun person to be around. His personality is amazing and he enjoys life. Much of his life has been centered around medical treatments and procedures, yet it hasn't had a negative effect on him at all. He enjoys going to the doctor because he loves the attention. His emotional strength is awe inspiring. I can't begin to imagine how many people's lives he has touched, directly or indirectly. He is a true hero.
Braydon has had some recent renal (kidney/bladder) issues that we are dealing with. We are hoping to resolve these problems soon so he will be painfree once again.
We are taking Braydon to San Antonio, Texas in January to have an evaluation by Dr. Robert Campbell who is a spine specialist. He will determine if Braydon is a good candidate for an adjustable titanium rod that would be installed in his spine to keep it from collapsing any farther. We are hoping the news is good, because Braydon has gotten progressively worse in the past 9-12 months. I'll post an update as soon as I can.