Here is baby. We think she's cute. She has had good news this week.
Also, my dear mum & pop bought me a new camera for graduation. It's just arrived, and I'm only starting to get used to it. Someday soon I will read the directions. In the meantime, I took a bunch of photos of babs yesterday and Tuesday.
Title: Pumpkin Pie Face, For Real
Title: This is my brother. He's living with us for a while.
Title: Meet Dr. Black, Bridgette's surgeon.
(He says Bridgette's surgery sites look GREAT, and unless we experience problems or have questions, he never has to see Bridgette again.)
Title: I'm telling Dad the good news.
We talked for 2 whole minutes!
Title: Mom and baby went to lunch together to celebrate!
Bri couldn't eat anything on the menu but fries and spaghetti, and she didn't really dig the spaghetti. (As an aside, it didn't really dig her either.)
She also visited her pediatrician this week, and she is lighter now at 15 months than she was at 12 months. She lost a few pounds at the hospital, and I guess she hasn't eaten enough fries yet to put the weight back on.
Her stats, once again, have shifted somewhat dramatically:
weight 30%, height 70%, and head circumference 50%.
Title: You know that scene in Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring when Bilbo tries to steal the ring back from Frodo and he makes that crazy face that makes everyone in the theater jump?
Wait for it...
Wait for it...
Title: This is Jeff.
He's a good husband. And he's pretty much a genious. He decided to make iPhone games, and we're about to release the first one: Deflect It. He bought a book and learned how to program in Mac language then made the whole game in only a couple of weeks.
Title: What a fuzzy, cuddly giant spider. I love it so much... Awww...
Title: Bridgette's new favorite position.
Title: We like each other.
Title: If I don't dump her back, she dumps herself back.
All baby-Bridgette-holders beware.
Title: Bath before bedtime.
We have also completed the last step for Bridgette to enter official therapy. Her PT will come twice a month, her OT once a month, and on Wednesdays, she will attend a mobility class with a lot of other kids who don't move. Say it with me... oh, the irony.