Being two years old is great for Zach! In April, we visited Childrens Hospital in Boston to participate in a Feasibility Trial for the Progeria Research Foundation. The purpose of this one-month trial was to check the tolerability of three drugs that could potentially be used in a brand new, 2 year – Triple Play Drug trial. The side effects were minimal, so the new drug trial is approved and ZACH IS NOW RECEVING TREATMENT! Our prayers have been answered!! During this time, Zach is moving right along as a normal two year old little boy. He goes to school each day where he has a great time with his friends, learns his ABC’s, counts, plays with cards, and SINGS! Zach loves to sing “Row, Row, Row Your Boat”, “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, “ABC’s”, and “Sponge Bob, Square Pants.” He is learning so much and progressing so well that he graduated from occupational therapy. He continues to do physical therapy weekly with hopes that this will help him remain “loose” and keep his hips healthy. Zach loves to dance, play with play doh, count change in a coin sorter, watch the movie CARS, but most of all, he loves to go feed the ducks! Zach loved riding in the airplane! The trip to Boston was tough (lots of medical testing), but it’s worth it…he’s getting treatment! At the end of age 2, Zach weighs almost 22 lbs. and is 2 1/2′ tall. But don’t be fooled by his size, he is tough as nails, and strong as an ox…just ask the nurses at his doctor’s office!