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Dr’s prognosis- Excellent!

by Juliemara
10.21.11

Our first visit to the pediatrician went great. Talia who was born weighing 4lbs,15ozs now weighs 5lbs,3ozs! And Jordan who weighed 6lbs,4oz is only down one ounce as of today. The doctor want to see them back in a week to check again, but I think he just wants a reason to see the cute babies again ; )
We also learned a lot today, like what happens if a baby who is less than 2 months old gets a fever, it called the full work up, it includes things like blood work, a urine catheter, and a spinal tap. From my recent cesarean experience I know that these procedures are not something to look forward to for an adult let alone an infant. The best way to avoid a baby fever or getting sick is to avoid germs as much as possible. So again I want to say while I would love a steady stream of visitors/helpers for the sake of our babies visits will need to wait until after the two month checkup/shots. But, I can do something, tell me what part of the girls day you want to see on the blog, morning wake up, bath time, tummy time, you name it and I’ll do a special post for any requests that are made.

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Talia and Jordan say thank you to their cousin Dana for knitting these warm blankets for them.

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3 Responses leave one →
  1. S Nehmen permalink
    October 21, 2011

    Love your postings!!

  2. Dad permalink
    October 22, 2011

    Very Nice Julie.

  3. elina permalink
    October 23, 2011

    This is such great news…You are so smart to reduce visitors….I also did the same. Also I didn’t take Zachary to public places (I.e. grocery store) until 6 month to ensure he didn’t catch any virus (as he was born in the beginning of flu season). Everyone made fun of me …but he never was sick (first 6 months)….He got his first cold this summer only from his playdate…So being cautious like this is soooo smart….

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