2 Months of Giantness

Tomorrow we celebrate the great anniversary of two months since Harmon’s entry out into the world. In honor of such an event we saw the pediatrician today and would like to report the following statistics:

Weight: 13 lbs 6 oz (75-90%) (90ish)
Height: 25 inches (97%)
Head Circumference: (75-90%) (83ish)

We are proud of our giant, as he manages to keep a trim waist and be the tallest baby of the bunch. They told us he will start to taper off in height to his genetically predetermined height, but we’re convinced that height is super tall. Also the pediatrician (whom we had never met before, our was out of town) stroked my ego by telling me that I produced the largest baby ever naturally delivered.

I love this baby. He really is the best most greatest baby ever. No offense to other babies or my future children. He’s just real awesome.

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4 Responses to 2 Months of Giantness

  1. Sarah says:

    Hahaha!!! I love you, Kelsey. I love reading what you write and how you tell it so lovingly and humorously at the same time. Yes, you have a lot to be proud of delivering such a large and adorable baby! 😀

  2. Cheryloxx says:

    K, Max’s two month is on the 30th, I’ll email you and tell you what the stats are. I want, however, to reiterate that your ego should be enormous because you delivered a little giant and lived to tell the tale. :o)

  3. dem dem says:

    Do you think your pediatrician (substitute) was telling the truth, more or less? Do ten pound twelve ounce babies normally get introduced to the world via c-section? Or was he/she referring to drugs?

  4. dem dem says:

    And BTW, it is not 456 in the AM. Now I know that blogger is not PST.

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