Saturday, February 2, 2008

No Rest For The Weary

It appears that when the doctors gave Baby her shots on Thursday there was some type of a mix up. Clearly they gave her some meth instead. Baby didn't go down until 5 AM last night... er... this morning. No, I am not kidding.


Talk of groceries, food hoarding, impulse buying, and saving money is already underway in the comments of last night's video post. You can join me there.... if I am able to prop my eyelids open.....

10 comments:

Danielle said...

Holy SHEET! Too bad they took all of the good stuff out of benadryl...

Mrs. Furious said...

If I had had Baby first I never would have had more kids! ;)

Deborah said...

Mrs. F: they know that. That's why they give people likeyou & me the "good" baby first.

Torey said...

I hear lots of people say that. I'm a second child!

How was the doctors appointment though? Mr. F did not give us her new stats.

Did your doc mention the carseat? Frequently the peds aren't up on the new AAP (is that it?) carseat recs. Just curious.

Mrs. Furious said...

Deborah,
she's lucky she doesn't give me too much trouble in the day or I'd be auctioning her off right now ;)



Torey,
the appt went fine. We saw the other doctor and she didn't even give me a hassle about the vaccines.
She's 50% weight, 75% height, huge head.
She just said keep her back facing as long as possible.

Torey said...

Excellent healthy baby!!!! She doesn't look like she has a huge head. I used to nanny for a kid with MONDO head. I think Baby's head is just right. She's such a cutie.

Excellent advice on the carseat, your doc knows her stuff!!

Hope you guys get some rest today!

Mrs. Furious said...

Torey,
Oh God Kid had a HUGE head. It was always (still is 95th) and as a newborn baby we had to get her 2-3T sized hats... some shirts we couldn't fit over her head. It has only gotten a little easier in the last year.
Baby's I think is 90th.

Kiki said...

My nephew had sucha huge head that in the womb he didn't have enough room to grow so his neck muscles were wonky (not an industry term). There is some name for it because apparently its kind of common, but anyway, he had to have PT to get his muscles to stretch out on that side of his neck...we called it "Tippy Head Syndrome" and it made him walk and run at a slant. Like I said, huge head...
Glad Baby is ok, despite the obvious sleep avoidance. Get some rest Mrs. F, we all know what happens when you push it too far!!!

Mrs. Furious said...

Kiki,
" we all know what happens when you push it too far!!!"
Oh believe me I remember all to well. Interesting note is that was right before my period last month... and I'm coming up on it again. So I'm trying to really mindful of my fragile hormonal state!

Julie said...

Big head = big brain:)

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