We finally got his ultrasound for his spine scheduled for Wednesday, so we pray that we only hear great news and then I can finally relax and not be so worried. *For those reading that may not know, Victor has a closed hole in his skin at the bottom of his spine, and we are getting the ultrasound to make sure that all things are attached as they should be and that nothing is irregular besides the hole in the skin. Because his legs work just fine and he is having normal bowel movements and peeing just fine, we are optimistic that everything is fine, but the reassurance from the ultrasound will definitely bring us peace of mind :)
Adrian is such a good brother and will ask where Victor is if he doesn't see him. He asks to give him hugs and kisses too. He is generally a good helper and follows directions pretty well, but he has his stubborn times and has been doing time out more often than before (sometimes by his request...I guess he knows when he needs a break). Hopefully with the weather getting nicer we can get outside more and he can get rid of all that energy that I think being inside has pent up inside him.
I think we're all transitioning pretty well into life as a family of four, and I look forward to watching my boys grow up together. I'm still working on getting into some routine, so I've been bad at phone calls, but feel free to call after 9 and I'm sure to answer :) (In fact, I'd love to chat to loved ones)
Watch me grow! 1 month old!
Here's a comparison pic :)
Our little men
In addition to his strawberry birthmark on his neck,
our baby boy has another unique feature:
a two-toned tummy! :)
I think the lighter part is a normal birthmark
Handsome little Adrian, as of last week, has gotten in two more teeth!!
His last bottom 2 molars came in!
Teddy thinks he's okay too ;)
Not sure if he'll be a true thumb sucker, but he finds it every so often :)
In the words of Mickey Mouse, "Thanks for stoppin' by!"