I'm truly sorry, but your son has a high chance of dying...
"Mama, he smiled. He's all there! He's all there!"
success is imminent
doodle was just born but the doctor and just about everyone else thinks doodle will die. This is the most important part of the story because it shows how Doodle is really frail and gives conflict in the short story.
"I'm not hungry,"
"Go wash your hands, and then you can have some peach cobbler,"
Brother was with doodle when he looked up and smiled at him. This let Brother know that doodle was "all there". this was important because it showed that Doodle was capable of learning and could grow.
in this scene, Doodle was practicing standing and was able to for a good while which gave him hope of walking. this is important because it shows how doodle is determined to get stronger and is growing steadily and may eventually walk on his own.
this is just after the family saw the Scarlet Ibis fall out of the Bleeding tree and die and doodle finished burying it. the burying of the Scarlet Ibis is very crucial in the story because it eludes to doodle's death and is added to his bad luck.
this scene is the saddest point in the book, Brother realizing doodle died when he ran ahead. this is sort of self explanatory but it drives home the point that Brother shouldn't have been so prideful and he should have gawn back for doodle instead of leaving him behind.