Results on little MiracleGro over here: 14 lb, 12 oz and 24.5 inches longs. She weighed 7 lb, 14 oz, and was 19.5 inches at birth. She bottomed out at 7 lb, 5 oz. So that means she's nearly doubled her birth weight and more than doubled her lowest weight. This usually happens around six months. She is two months old (Grace was 13 lb, 24 oz at this age, and she started out more than two pounds heavier).
The hilarious part is that all that weight has gone into her top half. Her thighs are pretty chubby, but they're not too bad, and they haven't gotten much longer. So she's still newborn-sized on the bottom and 6-month sized on top. This is awesome for picking out outfits. And for ridiculing a defenseless person. She's adorable, but so weird-looking. In a cute, ridiculous baby way.
Anyone else watch Dexter? I started watching through Netflix, and I'm totally addicted. Because this is just what I needed: another TV show to love.
I am cutting this short again because I'm completely exhausted. After a really good day Sunday, Grace decided to not sleep last night (which means I didn't either), and then she fell apart completely all morning. And then Emmy screamed a lot after her shots. James did take them away for about an hour this evening (and did dishes! *swoon*), but I'm still wrung out.
We really need to figure out something with Grace and the screaming at night. It's not night terrors. It's not thirst. More than half the time, if one of us goes in there, it's clear she's just manipulating us. And going in just seems to prolong the bouts of screaming.
And because I'm brain-dead, it didn't occur to me before now that she's falling about all the time because she's sleep-deprived. Solutions! I need! Now, please!