From Wikipedia: "The brain's ability to see three-dimensional objects depends on proper alignment of the eyes. When both eyes are properly aligned and aimed at the same target, the visual portion of the brain fuses the forms into a single image. When one eye turns inward, outward, upward, or downward, two different pictures are sent to the brain. This causes loss of depth perception and binocular vision."
That all said - - WOW, what a difference it's made! Not only in his appearance, but i believe his reaction time and concentrated focus on an object is noticeable.
Henry's overall health and demeanor are excellent right now. We've not seen any recurring seizure activity (he's on medication for that) and his oxygen levels are holding steady at 82-85. He had a small ear infection that is almost gone, with good ol' antibiotics. He's happy, cooing, learning more signs (such as "more," "bye bye" and "all gone") and is getting stronger. He likes to stand a lot in his exersaucer, and is ALMOST at holding steady in a sitting position on his own (if he goes over, however, there's no getting back up on his own!).
He's 22 months old today. Wow. Time a'zooms...