Peek a boo!
Sleep continues to go well and for that I am eternally grateful. There was a time, not long ago, when I would have given anything for where we are now. We put her to bed now wide awake and she has to figure it out. She goes to sleep on her own and stays sleeping all night. Who would have thought?!
We have just had a slew of check-ups and medically things are going ok. Her calcium levels have continued to creep up as we've added foods with calcium to her diet. Her levels are now at 11.3 so now her GI team wants me to eliminate milk products from her table foods, but keep her formula/calcilo concoction the same. I am cancelling her ear tube appointment because we have been ear infection free for the past month and a half so I'm going to push on that since we are headed for Spring. She just had her year normal doctor appointment and is at the 25th percentile for height and weight which is just pretty darn good and for that I am grateful. I will be trying to find a pediatric dentist for her shortly because her top front teeth are coming in looking pretty discolored (kind of brown looking) and that makes me very sad. Maybe they need to seal them or something...
Here are some photos of my girls when I left them alone (never a good idea) for a few minutes.
Ella definitely thinks that Emerson is her little doll. Look closely to find her under the hat amongst Ella's other friends. I think Emerson's expression in photo 2 says it all.
Ella gives Emerson so much love and attention. Sometimes it definitely can be a bit overwhelming, but sometimes 2 year olds are overwhelming. Gotta love that innocent face though!
P.S. I just peeked in again on Miss Em and she konked out on her back, arms above head. Don't you think that is the cutest way for a baby to sleep! Happy Wednesday everyone!