She weighs 18.4 lbs and is 28 inches long! Her height is in the 97th percentile, so I hope she is tall like her Aunt Emily! The shots were no fun, it is always hard to see your baby cry so hard she can barely catch her breath - she hates the needle. The shots made for a rough night and morning, but she seems to be feeling a bit better, here she is snoozing while I blog:
So, yesterday I tried to put the Moby Wrap on me and carry Sloane around the house and in the yard. I tried several months back but it was so awkward trying to get her in it after I had it tied around me. It worked better yesterday. But my question is, how do mom's put these on in public so fast and walk around with their child? I see moms all the time in public places - I literally have to stand in front of a mirror and it takes several minutes to figure it out and half of the time I am laid up on the bed. I can see myself on the hood of my car trying to strap Sloane in.... I think I'll just leave it at home and use it around the house. However, it does help out on the back strain, carrying a nearly 19 lb child on my hip is getting to my old (almost 31 year old) bones.