Monday was Paige’s six month check-up with the pediatrician. Here are her latest stats:
- Weight: 16.1 pounds. 50th percentile.
- Height: 25 inches. 25th percentile.
- Head: 43.25 centimeters. 75th percentile.
She is now eating three meals a day and growing up too quickly. She is crawling around pretty well and the doctor said she will be walking before too long. Trey took his first steps around eight months, so that isn’t very far away at all.
Ready For Halloween
Hanging At The Lake
First UC Tailgate
Last Friday was Paige’s four month check-up with the pediatrician. Here are her latest stats:
- Weight: 14.3 pounds. 55th percentile.
- Height: 24 inches. 35th percentile.
- Head: 41.6 centimeters. 80th percentile.
We were given the go ahead to give her rice cereal along with some fruits and vegetables. She takes her eating seriously, so I’m curious to see what she thinks of food.
Here are a couple photos of the kids before a recent wedding party.
Two weeks ago we had Paige’s three month check-up with the pediatrician. Here are her latest stats:
- Weight: 12.7 pounds. 50th percentile.
- Height: 23 inches. Just under 50th percentile.
- Head: 39.9 centimeters. 70th percentile.
I don’t have any information from Trey’s three month. Perhaps he didn’t go?
Here are a few snapshots from our recent vacation in Hilton Head.
I’m trying to get back into the habit of updating this blog a little more regularly. With a new baby in the house I find myself taking a lot more photos on my phone. Fortunately I can upload these very easily and share them with the world.
Trey has had a very busy last 6 months. He celebrated his second Christmas, was the ring bearer for Bobbi’s wedding, and had his second birthday. Throw in numerous trips to the zoo and Kings Island and there are tons of pictures to share. These are some of the best from my phone.
Today was Paige’s two month check-up with the pediatrician. Here are her latest stats:
- Weight: 11.2 pounds. 50th percentile.
- Height: 22 1/2 inches. 50th percentile.
- Head: 39.2 centimeters. 75th percentile.
And here are Trey’s stats from his two month:
- Weight: 12.4 pounds.
- Height: 23 inches.
- Head: 15 3/4 inches, or 40 centimeters.
Overall Paige is a little smaller than Trey was, but not by much. They both have average sized bodies with large heads.
Paige is a very happy girl these days, full of smiles and lots of loving sounds.
Today was Paige’s one month check-up with the pediatrician. For some reason Trey didn’t go at one month, just at two weeks and two months, so we can’t really compare their stats at this age. I think next month the comparisons can begin.
- Weight: 10 pounds. 75th percentile.
- Height: 21 1/2 inches. 75th percentile.
- Head: 37.6 centimeters. Just above 75th percentile.
She is growing like a weed!
Paige Brianna Paff was born at 12:31 A.M. EDT at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. She weighed in at seven pounds eleven ounces and was twenty inches tall. I was immediately shocked by how much she looked like Trey when he was born. She was just a few ounces lighter and a half-inch shorter. Plus they both had a full head of dark hair at birth.
With the late delivery both Kim and I are a little sleep deprived at this time, but I’m hoping to catch up on some good sleep tonight. Paige on the other hand has been sleeping soundly most of the day. Even the dozen or so visitors we had throughout the day barely disturbed her.
We plan to leave the hospital tomorrow afternoon and are very excited to start a whole new chapter of our lives.
Trey had his two year old check-up at the doctor office on January 11. Here are his latest stats:
Weight: 26 pounds 9 ounces. Down to 30th percentile from 50th.
Height: 34 inches. Down to 50th percentile from 60th.
Head: 50 centimeters. Back up to 90th percentile.
Today is Trey’s second birthday! The years are already flying by and it is hard for me to believe that he is already two years old. Though we haven’t given him any gifts yet today, I’m sure it will look a lot like this video I shot just a few weeks ago on Christmas morning with lots of oohs and aahs.