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Life with a boy and his Hypoplastic Left heart Syndrome, now Heart transplant and partial Liver from Aspergillius. Also, a girl and her Tethered Spinal Cord Syndrome, Neuro Endocrine Cell Hypoplasia, Lumbar Hemangioma, asymmetrical gluteal cleft, Pectus Carinatum and two Super Sisters and one yummy baby brother.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Alex went back to his Pediatrician's office for his 12 month vaccinations on Wednesday... He is looking great..He is up to 18 lbs and 14 oz that is the 10th % for his weight and 27 inches which is the 20Th % for height.. His head size is in the 50th %....So one thing is measuring "normal".. he normally doesn't do so hot after shots but this seems to be the best time ever. He gets to go on whole milk and can have almost all foods now! We also talked about his circum..... You know..Heheh... Anyway we have to go through urology because he will need to have it surgically done... So we will talk to someone when we get home from Florida in the first part of June....

5 comments:

Lance and Raegan said...

Hey, I heard that cute little Ry isn't going to be here for the dance recital. So sad! All of her hard work and countless hours of practicing. Where will they ever find a curly blonde as cute to take her place? When do you go to Florida? Hopefully the snow won't follow you.

Sara said...

I am so happy that things seem to be getting to some kind of normalcy. I am so happy for you guys that Alex has been so healthy. By the way Brynn, I need to have you cut Kasja's hair, it is getting a bit long.

mindurs said...

So big!!!! I am glad to hear his 1 year old check-up went so well and that he can enjoy the finer things in life such as whole milk and ice cream!

Fenrisar said...

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Simmons Family: said...

NOT THE CIRCUM.... I hate that they can't just give them a little SNIP while they're in there repairing their hearts. I mean, can't they just snip snip and be done with it? I'm still trying to convince our surgeon before Thursday, but it's a no go so far. :( What's one more procedure, right?

Good luck Mr. Alex!!