Me relearning how to walk
Back when I was still having trouble standing and walking.
My right leg from the very beginning has been recovering faster, with most gross and fine motor skills returning. Though it has taken over two years, my right leg is almost back to where it was pre-accident. The left leg is always the late one to the party. It has made some great strides in gross movement, allowing me to walk around. The fine movements are still lagging though. I can move it mostly where I want to, but it's always slow and is difficult to control.
Lack of fine motor skills is the real difference between your darling's "masterpiece" and art.
And there is more involved in the process than just legs. My abs and obliques, the muscles used to control your hips and waist, have had two years without doing a whole lot. I've slowly started to build these up but my time in my wheelchair did me no favors. All the small stabilizing muscles people take for granted are no longer there. I now have something to work toward.
cliffnotes for trunk muscles
Peter, before the accident, getting his "groove" on. He don't care what you think.
If you don't get this, go to youtube.com and look up Honey Badger.