Weight: 16 pounds, 13 ounces (40th percentile)
Height: 25 1/2 inches tall (25th percentile)
Head circ: 42 1/2 cm (25th percentile)
Bottom Line: Lives up to his nickname. Just a big boy all around.
Weight: 16 pounds, 10 ounces (40th percentile)
Height: 24 3/4 inches tall (10th percentile)
Head circ: 43 1/2 cm (50th percentile)
Bottom Line: Short and stocky like Grampa Stubby, but with a huge noggin.
Weight: 13 pounds, 13 ounces (5th percentile)
Height: 24 inches tall (less than 3rd percentile)
Head circ: 42 cm (10th percentile)
Bottom Line: A little on the shorter side, but by golly, he's smart!
Weight: 10 pounds, 10 ounces (less than 5th percentile)
Height: 22 1/2 inches tall (less than 5th percentile)
Head circ: 39 1/2 cm (less than 5th percentile)
Bottom Line: You can fit alot of Diva into that little package! Who needs braun when you possess such beauty. And besides, those Tubre girls are so stylish and send the cutest clothes for her to wear.
New things this week include introducing the quads to rice cereal. We decided to let them get acquainted with it first by putting a small amount in their bottle. They took it like champs and took a nice LONG nap afterwards! So we put a little more in their last bottle of the night. The verdict is still out on the results of that.....since it's 11:30 pm now. We'll see what the morning brings.
The babies get baths about every other day. Aunt Cathy does bath time when she helps on Wednesdays. Today, mom and dad tag teamed the quads and got the task whipped out in about 45 minutes. They love bath time, just not "drying, lotioning up and dressing" time.
We are going to start Pius on Prevacid to see if it helps with his reflux. He ALWAYS spits up and then cries about it, so we asked Dr Chavez if we could try something for it. You know, it's hard to be the good boy that God intrinsically created when your esophagus is on fire. Of course if this doesn't work, Pius will have no more excuses. Maybe we don't really want to know.... it's alot more fun thinking our kids do no wrong.
As always, thank you for the comments and for following along with us. It really does take a village to raise a child....and a booming metropolis to raise quads!
Billy, Moni, Pius, Forrest, Danna and Laine