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Sunday, August 11, 2013

An update on Victor Noah

I am always asked how much he weighs.  The answer is that I don't know.  My best uneducated guess is around 8 pounds.  A doctor's appointment this week will answer that question.
He takes 4 oz. every 3-4 hours.  Twice he's gone 5 hours, thankfully at night.  
He has a nice long awake period in the morning, and usually another one in the evening.  Each is from one feed to the next.  
He usually only cries when he's hungry or during a feed as he's dealing with reflux.
And speaking of reflux, you just always want to be prepared.  Consider yourself warned.
There's certainly no question about whether or not he's gaining weight.
He's still in newborn size clothing.
He'll be four months old this week!
The main issues for prayer right now would be his reflux and his eyes.  We are praying that a week from now the ophthalmologist will see nothing of concern.

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