Chrissy - cute pix, and I love the dragon also. Looks like a good birth and fun party too! Thanks for asking about RObin. SHe never got scabs, which they say is a good thing. The scars are still really tough - they don't lie flat and are thick. So her facial expressions are still lopsided
We might end up having to take her to a plastic surgeon after all. I just don't want her to have to go through life answering "So, what happened to your face". Scars are inevitable and I wouldn't trade one of mine, but I want her muscles and skin to work right. We'll see - I'm still hoping it'll keep improving, as it has so far. I was putting up a few bibs yesterday and was trying to remember when I'd used them - I'd already blocked out the days when it was so bad she was drooling b/.c she couldn't swallow - Hopefully it'll all fade away.
Of course, she was feeling and acting like her normal self - and then started running a fever of 101.3! Can't we get a health break? I'm hoping it's just a cold coming on = we'll see.
Anna and Liz - sorry for your negatives - but glad you can start trying in earnest, if you chose.
Congrats to McKenna on her first steps! Good luck chasing her savannah :LOL !
Robin Loves slides too - she likes to climb them, sit and slide all by herself - and with her falling/injury track record, It makes me a wreck. We still haven't set up tthe slide my folks got for her birthday - but I think we're going to put it on the screened porch - they got us pads to put under it too. She always wants to get nto the toddler swings, but then tried to climb out - fickle girl.
She's been saying what I thought was "orange juice" but upon closer listening, she's saying "Robin's juice" It's too cute!! At school, her teacher is constantly trying to keep Robin's Juice separate from Hendley's Juice as they are constatnly trying to trade cups. I think it's great that she now asks for Robin's Juice all the time (even if it's water or milk, we call it juice - milk is moo juice and a EBM bottle is mama juice)
We closed on our house in atlanta today - after putting it on the market before RObin was born. So on the one hand, it's a big relief to sell it. On the other hand...I cried. I was so happy in that house - so much fun, good cookouts, good living. We got married, got pregnant, had our baby - all in that house. Oh, I love it.
I'm just so sad to leave it behind. alright, enough of the pity party!