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One Year Check Up

I have something crazy wrong with my blog right now. I realize that I have the same picture on there twice, but all I see when I post them is gibberish computer stuff.
Oh well......... Sarah Kate had her one year check-up and she weighed 21 lbs and 10 oz. He said she was growing great. She is in the 75th percentile in height and head and 50th percentile in weight.

Sarah Kate and Emily have gotten to where they play really well together. SK thinks she is just as big as Emily. They were playing "Mama and baby" in these pictures. Emily is sooooooo sweet to Sarah Kate.
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His Doorkeeper said…
Hope SK got a clean bill of health! She is just beautiful!
Kelly said…
I was wondering how her year appointment went. You can tell me more at lunch tomorrow! Excited to see you!!!!
Glad you got a good report! Looks like fun sister time.
Kim said…
I hate I couldn't make it for lunch on Tuesday! I love the pic of SK with the big, happy smile!
Andrea said…
That's so cute, Mommy and Baby. I think Emma, my oldest was right around there at a year old as well. My girls are 20 months apart with my youngest, Megan, at 3 months. My oldest wants to play with her so bad and is always trying to give her toys in her swing. I can't wait until they can play together too.
Jenna said…
Glad SK's appointment went well - she is definitely in the 100th percentile for cuteness! (She and Emily both!)

They are so darling playing together!

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