Everyone who saw this said it cracked them up so I had to post it!
SPRING IS HERE! We went outside to take pictures. She liked it for a little while. Look at that- a onesie. I can actually see her thighs and precious feet now!
And she LOVES her feet. She is still obsessed with her hands too.
She started saying "Da da da da da da da" and "Duh duh duh duh duh" yesterday. Her ped. said that is actually a 6-month milestone. Go Zoë! We make 'em smart.
I've been losing weight. I haven't really been working out. Scratch that. Haven't been working out at all. But I am weighing less than I did when I first got pregnant with her. I'm taking it 10 lbs at a time.
I just realized I have no idea how much Z weighs now. Abigail was throwing a fit and I had all three girls at the appointment by myself. They usually write it down for me but I think we all forget in the midst of Abby freaking out. She was kind of afraid of the pediatrician and nurse. Thankfully her next appointment isn't for another year. Phew! It was a challenge that included her kicking the doctor in the stomach. Yeah...
Elaina actually didn't have an appointment but she came along because she's been experiencing hearing loss and then last night woke us up crying because of an ear infection. I had them ALL THE TIME growing up. I've had tubes in my ears twice. So needless to say I knew her pain and felt so bad for her.
Her doctor checked her ears out and said, "Oh yeah, she definitely has an infection. And I can totally believe she can't hear. There is so much puss in there!" I should've taken Elaina in sooner. More mommy guilt. Us mommies are good at that, aren't we?
So anyway she's being treated with antibiotics now and has numbing drops if the pain flairs up. I guess she's had fluid in her ear for awhile and it was just brewing. Last night the dam broke, so to speak. I think she'll be fine. I just hope she doesn't have any permanent hearing loss. We can talk in a normal voice and she can't hear us!