Genevieve and I survived her vaccinations. Think I might of cried more than her. She got three shots and one oral. She's growing very well. Birth she weighed 7lbs 15 oz and was 19 3/4 inches long. Now she weighs 12lbs 4oz and is 23 inches long. Our doctor says she's exactly where she should
I remember with one of my boys, he was like 12 months old, and as soon as we laid him on the table he started screaming because he knew what was coming. I just kept telling myself its better then them catching one of these diseases.
In the hospital they took him away for all of his shots and then I took him to a doctor visit and he had to get his other hepatitis b shot omg my heart stoppes but I had to comfort him it was hard he like immediately turned red and started to cry ugghh and I know I have to go through more :( the cute thing after was that he got a thor bandaide lol
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