she's full when she finishes!
is she ok???
failing to thrive!!??
these were the thoughts that went through my mind.
and my freezer full of breast milk.
i've never had a child that was 25th percentile for anything!
i think i scored in the 25th percentile for my state science scores when california started testing all of us in high school.
i never did well on those state exams.
or the SAT's for that matter.
"not a good test taker."
that's what i was labeled.
Dr. Lynch assures me she is just a delicate pixie.
a healthy small little thing.
a 10lb thing.
but it still took me 20 minutes of checking, double checking, and triple checking for the doc to convince me 25th percentile can be healthy.
i'm used to 98th percentile PORK LOIN!
25th percentile is starving children in africa!
then came the infamous 8 week shots.
if we thought max couldn't cry,
she proved us wrong at her 8 week appointment.
oh boy, did she give them a good scream after they poked her.
in other news...
BOTH of our children have marked their "territory" on our carpet.
scout master's fault this time, not mine;-)
oh how good THAT feels.
and the most EXCITING news of all!!??!!
i cut open this pepper for our pizza last night.
and it was SEEDLESS and cluster free!!!!!!!!!!!
i blinked 4 or 5 times and pinched myself to make sure i wasn't dreaming.
it's true folks.
and i wouldn't believe it unless i had opened it myself.
so it's a good thing i did.
b/c it was the most glorious moment of my pepper cutting life.
no disgusting cluster seeds.
disregard the mold.
we're going organic.
actually we're not, but it makes me feel really cool to say "we're going organic."
have you heard of this water? bling water
it has fancy jewels on the outside of the bottle.
and costs $200 a case or something like that.
really, it's true, i've seen them.
just like the seedless cluster free pepper.
if i were friends with oprah, i'd ask her to buy me some.
then i'd turn the bottle into wall art.
or something organic like that.