|Worrying about her toenail and saying "cheese."|
|Enjoying a chicken drumstick|
Yesterday Charlotte had her 2 year old well-visit with the pediatrician. My only concern is her pinky toenail, which is growing in funny, but he seemed to think that it was just a bump to the toe and will fall off soon.
Here are her stats:
Height: 34.5"(71st percentile)
Weight: 29.8 lbs (82nd percentile)
The doctor seemed happy that she is in school 2 days a week and socializing well. She's active and gets exercise, plays well with others, and is talking up a storm. She told him no, she doesn't like to read books (she's a fibber!), but that her favorite songs are "First time in Forever" and "Let it Go."
On Sunday, she pooped in the potty! This has not been repeated. She has an interest in wearing underwear, but not so much interest in actually peeing on the potty. The other night she got her little potty chair and carried it around from room to room upstairs, but never actually used it. Maybe some day...
At the doctor, Charlotte got a shot- the vaccine for Hep A, which made her cry- but she then got a sparkly bandaid and a sticker of Anna from Frozen, which seemed to ease her pain. At home, Asher was incredibly jealous of the sparkle bandaid and begged to go to the doctor himself to get a shot. I reassured him that at his next visit, he'd get shots and the opportunity for a bandaid of his own. Unbelievable!
The visit went easily, and it never gets old to hear a professional confirm what I suspect- my no-longer-a-baby girl is thriving!