A term female infant presenting with generalized hypotonia, paucity of lower limb movements, and diminished DTRs was diagnosed as a case of Guillain-Barre’ syndrome at the Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Canada. At 3 weeks of age, motor nerve conduction studies showed slowed velocities and decreased action potentials, and the CSF protein was elevated with normal cells. Clinical improvement began at age 2 weeks and examination was normal at 22 weeks. [1]