We just got back from Trinity's Dr apt and I am really confused. Her height had always been in the 80% percentile weight 50th and head 20th. At her 6 month apt it all had evened out and was all in the 50th percentile. Now today at her 9 month apt. her head is still in the 50th weight 25th and height 89th???? Dr didn't seem concerned but is this normal?
My Dr. is like KarenDiane. Unless she is concerned about something, she doesn't say much except "he is normal". Ryder was low birthweight and only in 3rd percentile, so I hear quite a bit about it until he was 4 months, now they don't say much. Only odd thing was last wellness check. He was in 25th for weight, 5th for height and can't remember for head cirumference, but then they told me he was 50th for ratio of height/weight/head? Made no sense to me. Honestly, if there is an issue they will tell you, otherwise I think she sounds pretty normal!! I cannot believe they are 9 months!! It was yesterday we were belly buddies!!!! Good lord, how did this go by so fast????
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