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Friday, October 25, 2013

Little Man at 6 months

The Little Man had his 6 month check up and he is now 13 pounds 2 ounces and 22 1/2 inches long.  While behind developmentally, he's moving right along in his growth.

We're working on holding his head up better.  This one will take some work because of his low upper body muscle tone and because he's missing the whole motivator behind babies lifting their heads - sight.  We're also working on sitting up and rolling over.

One area he is not lacking in - love.  Another one - stimulation.

We  have received some beautiful notes from his birthmother who is concerned about him and his diagnosis.  We have assured her that we are here for him, whatever it takes.  Whatever it takes.

Love you, Mr. Victor!
There's nothing better than a sleeping baby!

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