Bought Trajan clothes a week or so for the first time in two years and got them in 6s! Gasp! He has always worn a uniform and since we decided after our tour last week that we are going to send him to the public school for kindergarten, he needed some non-uniform clothes. He's in 5s now, so went ahead with the 6s. I was just grabbing from Children's Place or somewhere, but Paul reminded me that the Ralph Lauren stuff has held up much better and they had a sale going on, so I bought from them. And they ship things in individual boxes, so we have a lot of blue boxes:
Had my first class party as a room parent and it was a fun-filled, hectic success!
The boys are cute:
Sometimes they are funny:
Pancakes are fun for everyone:
The dogs are the principal users of pillows on Trajan's bed:
Trajan prefers to sleep on the floor about half of the time. This he's done for years, but he set a new record for most "stuff" on the floor with him the other night:
Last eight weeks have definitely led to some belly growth:
We may have a great lead on a nanny. I'm meeting her in person for the first interview tomorrow afternoon, so will update then. However, the Texas Workforce Commission is VERY frustrating as I try to figure out all the logistics of being a household employer.
And I think this is the most random of all the random tidbits to date!
I forgot! So, I'm editing to add the results of our Sequential Screen. Despite the two values being higher than what I'd seen with the previous three babies and baby on the left coming in at the 94th percentile for nuchal translucency, we got great results, thereby proving somehow that my excessive reading of medical literature is good as I knew that 94th was actually not bad and so haven't been nervous.
Our Downs risk started at 1 in 680 and is now 1 in 4,400 for both babies.
Our Spina Bifida risks started at 1 in 1000 and is not 1 in 1,400 for both babies.
Good job girls, way to ace your first standardized assessment.