Tuesday, July 21, 2009

12 or 13, who's counting?

Tyler had his one year check-up today. You're probably saying to yourself, "But Sarah, isn't today July 21st? And wasn't Tyler's birthday almost a month ago?" Yes and yes. The doctor's office rescheduled his appointment twice, and then I had to push the appointment back even farther as to not interrupt our glorious vacation. Regardless, today was the day albeit one month late. Tyler's newest stats are as follows:
Height: 32 inches (95-97th percentile)
Weight: 26.4 pounds (90th percentile)

His ears and tubes look good and clear. (Instant weight removed from my shoulders)

Developmentally, exactly where he should be.

Oh, and he still has both of his testicles. Really, is it normal for the doctor to check EVERY SINGLE time we go? Do boys typically lose one or both of them? And if they did, would it really be that big of a deal? If I wasn't so tired, I'd google it. But it was either that or you getting this lovely post. Bravo for you.


Joe said...

I just think it's part of Tyler's charm. The doctor (female for all the readers out there) just can't resist the opportunity to feel him up ;-)

Kuchenmeister said...

Popping in from Joe's blog...They're probably just checking for hernias :)

Not Afraid To Use It said...

Same story here. When I scheduled my dd in for her five year well-child check, they asked So when does she turn five? Um, last month?