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Nonetheless, the family continued to grow. A son named Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. was born in March 1909, but he died tragically in November of the same year of endocarditis (an inflammation of the heart). A son named Elliott was born next, in September 1910. FDR Enters Politics In 1910, Franklin made his first stab at politics. He became a delegate to the Democratic State Committee. Also that year, the leader of the Dutchess County Democratic Party approached FDR and asked him if he wanted to run for the office of state assemblyman.
He now had great pain in his back and legs, and a fever as well. His right leg was weak, and he could not support his weight on it. A local doctor was called in. After examining Franklin, the doctor felt that it was just a cold. By the evening of August 12, though, Franklin’s left leg also weakened. By the morning of the 13th, Franklin could no longer walk, stand, or even move his legs. That same day, another doctor examined FDR and felt it was a blood clot that had lodged itself in FDR’s spinal cord, causing him to lose feeling in his legs.
Under water, FDR would be able to possibly coax a little movement from his lower body. Though the specialist could not predict how severe the long-term effects would be, he did say that patients’ progress depended on their outlook and determination. Eleanor was shocked when the doctor sent a bill of $ı,000 for his services. During the first weeks, FDR was helpless, reduced to lying on his back. Eleanor had to take care of him and wait on his needs. She slept on the couch in the room where he lay.