Milestones: crawling, clapping, waving, pulling up to knees, gives hugs and kisses (when she's in the mood), good at self-feeding; she's also jumped to almost 50% ile in everything! She was in the 20s for everything at 6 months. I'm very relieved because I don't feel like she eats enough.
Concerns: she has the stinkiest feet! If she wears socks and sweats the tiniest bit, they smell terrible. This is not something any of us have! Doctor wasn't concerned but I am. I was hoping there would be something we could do to help. She's got awful stranger danger already - which she's had for months now. She basically screamed the entire visit.
Shots? She got one shot (she's received the set of flu shots already) - Hep B I think. Totally fine.
buttercup, hugs! Try not to worry until you talk to the oncologist. Fwiw, I think that height measurements aren't always accurate. I've had my kid shrink between appointments! I've had them jump to ridiculous percentiles. I always take those with a grain of salt.
Milestones: pulling to stand, cruising, waving, pointing, babbling
Concerns: They are supposed to monitor his blood pressure, but they couldn't get it. They weren't concerned, but I know the nephrologist is going to be irritated. I'm not sure where else I can go to get it done.
Post by richaroodo on Jan 17, 2017 12:48:00 GMT -5
Weight: birth-7lbs 6 ozs 9mo-24lbs 10ozs Height: birth-never measured 9mo-28.5 inches No idea on the in between. MOTY!
Milestones: crawling, babbling, 8 teeth, wants to be involved in everything
Concerns: Continuous mouth breather and smelly breath. Pediatrician thinks he has enlarged adenoids. She is waiting until 1 year to make a referral to the ENT unless he starts snoring before then. Hearing recheck scheduled in 2 weeks.
So richaroodo, pedi thinks the bad breath is from adenoids?
That's her theory. Of course there was no scent at the appointment but she could hear his "Darth Vader" breather so to her it's most likely connected. She did mention that a sweet smell could be a sign of diabetes but with his weight being in the 97% she highly doubts that's the case. She ordered some additional blood work just to make sure nothing is out of the ordinary.
@pennygirl2013 my LO isn't pulling up either and when I brought it up with his pedi she wasn't concerned at all. She said it's not a milestone they monitor and as long as he is walking or cruising by 15 months they have no concerns.
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