Quinn had her 9 month Dr check up yesterday. Wow, she is growing up so quickly. She weighed in at 17lbs 11oz and she is now 27 inches long! Dr. M was please with how active she is getting so no physical therapy yet! yah-hoo!!!! Quinn is rolling from front to back AND back to front. She is sort of "swimming" on her tummy now and reaching for stuff all the time. However, she still won't apply any pressure to her legs at all. none. She is just unwilling. So we have to get an ultrasound of her hips and make sure that they are ok. Dr M thinks that she just prefers to be balled up and since all of her fat lines (rolls) are symmetrical, she thinks that her hips are ok BUT it is better to just get them checked out now.
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Her LENGTH-for-AGE Percentile is 25. Once again, this started below the -5%
Quinn's WEIGHT-for-LENGTH Percentile is 50. This one she started out in the 10% and has slowly grown a little faster than the curve.
And Lastly, Quinn's WEIGHT-for-AGE Percentile is 25. This one she started out at -15% and on the chart, it almost looks like a line straight up. (not too much of a curve) After all, she did have some catching up to do.
While I realize all of her percentiles are low... I am just completely pleased that she is
1. on the chart
2. growing in a nice little manner
She really is starting to look proportioned and not so "baby" like.
During the visit with Dr M, she checked Quinny's gums and still... nothing. (even though she has been drooling like a St. Bernard) We had to go down to the lab to get some blood tests for her and she started crying. NONSTOP! This is pretty unlike Quinn but we thought that maybe she was just tired. So 5 minutes later we are in the lab and she is still going nuts. I gave her some juice and she wouldn't even take that. As soon as we looked in her mouth, there it was. HER FIRST TOOTH!! She JUST got a tooth in the 5 minutes that it took for us to go down to the lab. Crazy! We ran in to Dr M and told her and she was just so happy. She said that it has never happened to her before that a baby actually GETS a tooth while at her office.Ok, so I know you can't see it... but this is as good as it gets right now. She is rubbing her tongue all over it so getting a picture is kind of tough.
We love our little Quinny!!