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Old 07-28-11, 07:15 AM
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Michael did great. He is now 29 pounds and 35.25 inches tall! He is. 90th % for weight and 97th for height! He got two shots and took them like a champ and the doc commented on how much he is talking. All in all it was a great visit.
He is definitely getting to be a little devil and is very adventurous. He climbs all over everything and absolutely loves his big sister. He is communicating really well and I have counted over 60 words and phrases that he usually uses. Hs favorite thing to ask is "what doing", and no matter what you answer to it he says "oh" like he totally understands whatever you just said.
How is everyone else doing?
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Old 07-28-11, 08:44 AM
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oh my gosh...how cute! Hope is great...posted about her in her bday post. She is such a sprite compared to Michael, lol! Glad you had a great visit and that the shots weren't too bad.
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