Tuesday, March 22, 2011

17 months

Somewhere between 25-26lbs
not sure of height

*Love to dance
*Favorite songs are Itsy Bitsy Spider, The Wheels on the Bus, and This Little Light of Mine. She also knows the hand motions.
*Loves to be outside, slide, and climb
*She can climb her sisters bunk bed ladder
*Developing a temper
*Loves to give hugs
*LOVES her Na Na
*We are learning shapes and she had a circle down pat
*Loves to play peek a boo
*Has had fluid in her ears for 4 months now so we will be seeing the ENT next week
*She has such a friendly and outgoing personality and doesn't meet a stranger. When we are out in public, she trys her best to get everyones attention and tells everyone Hey.

Done (Da)
Da Da cool (Da Da school)....since her sisters go to school she thinks her Daddy is at school too

GIGI (sissy)
Ahh (out)
KuKu (Mickey)...yeah I know it's weird, but that's what she calls him
Goo Gurl (Good girl)

*These are some of the words she can say. I'm sure I left some out. The only ones she says plain are Hey, Craker, Ma Ma, Da Da, and Na Na, but hey, she's trying!

Saturday, March 19, 2011

A Single Tear

Notice the single tear under her left eye (your right). She had been very upset because she wanted to feed herself.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011


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Friday, March 11, 2011

Doctor's Visit (Updated with Video)

I took Kinsley to see Dr. D today because after a week of having a "cold" she just wasn't getting any better. I'm not one to drag my kids to the doctor for every little sneeze and cough and usually try to let it run it's course. Enough is enough though. So, here we go again. Just as I though, another ear infection, tons of fluid in her ears. That is four straight months with fluid in the ears, and 4 or 5 different types of antibiotics. We also discussed Kinsley's breathing and she mentioned the "Tracheomalacia" that the ENT dianosed her with at about 9 months. I have always been kind of skeptical about that diagnosis and knew her breathing was not just "noisy breathing." The poor baby gives out of breath so easily. So, about a month ago I videoed her and showed it to her doc. today. She said, "Wow, she sounds like my Dad breathing." The thing is, her lungs sound great. So she seems to think her adenoids are blocking her nasal passages, which makes since, because she always has her mouth open and her tounge hanging out. So, we are being sent back to the ENT for ear tubes and adenoids removal consulation. I know it's a pretty quick and simple procedure and I know it will make her feel so much better. She also added singulair to her long list of medications. YUCK! I'm still not sure I'm going to give it to her. Any one out there had any experience with singulair? Here is a short video and Kinsley's everyday breathing with any sort of activity. This is after crawling up a flight of stairs. She gives out of breath so easily, even when she's not sick.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

American Tears

This is one of the songs the twins, along with the Drama Club/Honors Chorus sang in last night's perfomance of The American Dream. I definetly had tears in my eyes during this one. THis is a BEAUTIFUL song. The soloist is their music teacher. She is so talanted!

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Wow...are they really all looking and all smiling? Do you know how close to impossible this is?