19 May 2010

Other side of the moon

We've made it to the other side of strep and ear infections! Well, both little ones are still on meds but they seem to be pretty much recovered. Whoopee! I knew we were due for sickness but I guess I wasn't prepared for my babies to be in so much pain that they couldn't swallow. That was hard.

At another doctor's visit, Fletcher was all checked out for his 15 months of life and he's in the 50th percentile for weight (I don't see how this is possible), 75th percentile for height (again, I don't know how this is possible -- everyone's always asking me if he's two already) and 80th percentile for head circumference. (This, of course, makes total sense -- that his head would be the largest, percentage-wise.) He's not showing any signs vis a vis mobility that he ever had torticollis (!). And ... HE'S A DUDE! What a fun age this is ... if you can just keep them out of the pantry, the cabinets, the drawers, the bathroom, and, well, the playroom.

Also, Milla and Fletcher are pretty good at being lazy and hanging out -- qualities Mark and I happen to appreciate (at this age at least).

The girls like playing in puddles. Who doesn't?!

And Vaughn likes holding Fletcher, something he is starting to like more as she learns to bounce him on her knee.


Sarah said...


Loopty Lou said...

Ralston totally has the puppy shoes. Loves target.