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18-Month Update…

Benjamin had his 18-month pediatrician wellness visit on 8/30/2007. He’s growing fine and healthy. :) Stats: height: 33″ inches tall weight: 25 pounds, 9 ounces head: 19″ He went from “well above average” in height to “above average”, and from … Continue reading

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Some updates again…

This morning Dad’s working at his desk when he hears a repetitive noise behind him; he’s not sure what it is, so of course he turns to look… It’s Benjamin, CLAPPING. We’ve been practicing clapping with him a little bit, … Continue reading

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Ouch…

Our boy’s not been feeling very well. He had his 6-month wellness check (with shots) on the 23rd. He’s developed either an internal bruise or a reaction to one of the shots, and coupled with the teething and the evolving … Continue reading

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Sleepin’ and eatin’ well, and the Fish Day Parade

We’ve been experimenting with a baby spoon with some frozen breast milk slush to see how well Ben adapts to and handles being spoon-fed. Turns out he does it pretty well. No spit-out, tongue-thrusting reflex kicking anything out. His first … Continue reading

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20.

Yesterday, Monday, July 10th, 2006, was Benjamin’s 20-weeks-old birthday. FIVE MONTHS. Crazy! Today, though, was his four-month followup visit with his pediatrician. A little late, due to some scheduling issues (doc’s taking Wednesdays off all summer, go figure), but not … Continue reading

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16 weeks!

And, as of today: Weight: 15.0 lbs Height: 25 1/4 inches If anyone’s keeping track. ;) According to the charts we have, he’s right around the 50th percentile for both height and weight. At his two-month doc appt, he was … Continue reading

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