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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Walk down memory lane. {Added 24 month stats}

So, I’ve been a bad mom and haven’t blogged much about Anna’s stats throughout the year.  I always kick myself, too, because people will ask me how much Anna weighed at 3 months, 5 months, yadda yadda, and I’m just left staring at them blankly while my partially functioning brain churns out a make believe number.  If I have it saved somewhere other than in a little binder in her cabinet, I’ll feel like a better mom, and then I can refer back to this blog post whenever I want to prove how fanfriggintastic I am.  So, here we go – below are the stats from each of Anna’s pediatrician appointments from the first appointment ‘til now.  I’ve added some pictures along the way just for fun!

Anna’s birth stats:
D.O.B: October 10, 2008 @ 3:45 p.m.
(3 weeks early/born at 37 weeks)
Height: 18.5”
Weight: 6 lbs. 6 1/2 oz.
Head: 13”

Anna’s 2 day old stats:
Height: 19” (25th percentile)
Weight: 6 lbs. 5 1/2 oz. (10th percentile)
Head: 13 1/2” (25th percentile)ry=400

Anna’s 1 month old stats:
Height: 21 1/4” (50th percentile)
Weight: 8 lbs. 14 1/2 oz. (25th percentile)
Head: 14 1/4 (20th percentile)ry=400

Anna’s 2 month old stats:
Height: 23” (75th percentile)
Weight: 10 lbs. 13 1/2 oz. (25th percentile)
Head: 15 1/4” (50th percentile)ry=400 

Anna’s 4 month old stats:
Height: 24 1/2” (55th percentile)
Weight: 13 lbs. 5 oz. (50th percentile)
Head: 16 1/4” (28th percentile)ry=400 
Anna’s 6 month old stats:
Height: 26 3/4” (75th-90th percentile)
Weight: 16 lbs. (50th percentile)
Head: 17 1/8” (75th percentile)ry=400

Anna’s 9 month old stats:
Height: 28 3/4” (75th percentile)
Weight: 18 lbs. 14 oz. (25th-50th percentile)
Head: 17 3/4” (75th percentile)IMG_6359

Anna’s 12 month old stats:
Height: 29 1/2” (50th percentile)
Weight: 19 lbs. 4 oz. (25th percentile)
Head: 18” (50th-75th percentile)1

Anna’s 15 month old stats:
Height: 31” (60th percentile)
Weight: 22 lbs. 5 oz. (40th percentile)
Head: 18 1/4” (60th percentile)edit1 
Anna’s 18 month old stats (added on 4-28-10):
Height: 33” (75th - 90th percentile)
Weight: 25 lbs. (50th percentile)
Head: 18 1/2” (75th percentile)

Anna’s 2 year stats (added on 11-30-10):
Height: 34 1/4” (75th percentile)
Weight: 28 1/3 lbs. (75th percentile)
Head: 19” (75th percentile)

Mission accomplished!  XOXO


Anonymous said...

I love that you used drop-ins! (just noticed in one of your daughter's pictures.) So many of my friends had never heard of them and I'm all, "You only have to wash the nipple, ya'll!" (I'm not southern, actually i'm from Detroit) "And you only have to wash the bottle occasionally!" I'm sure Al Gore would shake his head over the landfills I was filling...but i didn't have a sink full of dirty bottles and that was worth it!

-Amanda Fellers (littlefellers)

Molly said...

Such a stunning little girl! That's why I blog the stats too. I'm afraid I'll lose the papers from the pedi and never remember.

Maggie Dickinson said...

What an awesome birthday! My son was born October 10, 2007. He is a year older than your beautiful Anna. They are so cute at 15 months and it just keeps getting better. This is charlestonblondie from the nest home board. Consider this my delurking post. :)

Jen said...

ok, now i'm feeling like a bad mom because i've kept no record of these kinds of things (although based on our medical journey, i know they are out there somewhere!)
i'm also about to have baby #2 and have yet to fill out any part of Alison's baby book!! :( ugh. gotta get on it!


she's a doll. stunning. love her beautiful eyes.

Annna said...

Oh for her twelve month stat is she facing forward or backward? How old was she when she learned how to walk? I was nine months old and facing forward too.

One Pork Chop said...


At 12 months she was still rear-facing. We didn't forward-face her until she was nearly 2 (around 22 months or so). She started walking around 10 months but wasn't confident in her ability to walk until she turned 1.

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