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So munchkin is 11.87 lbs and 23.5 inches long. Got 3 shots but only cried for a few seconds, went on the boob, and passed out. She was already tired as it was. She was wrestling with the paper the whole time on the table too, it was hilarious, she would grab it and pulled out a whole bunch from the roll lol. Just having a good ol' time haha. Doc said she looks great and everything. Was really impressed has found her midline so quickly and said they usually don't do that until 5 or 6 months (my little genius lol). He said we can start solids so we're gonna do that sometime this week I guess, wish us luck! lol.
I was going to ask the same question. Braelynne tries to keep her hands down by her sides for some reason. She will probably like the paper too but who knows cause she seldom likes the doctor anyways. Not as if I can say I blame her. Yayyy for how much she has grown. I cannot wait to find out how much Braelynne weighs. The guy at the clinic when I took her in about a week ago said that she was about 12 1/2 pounds but I do not believe that honestly. Shots suck
From what I understand, the midline refers to the middle of the body or center. Like in yoga, when you put your hands in front of your heart, that is the center (which is what she was kinda doing when he mentioned it). As our babies get bigger, they will do something called "crossing the midline" where they use opposing limbs to complete a task such as crawl and eventually walking. It's basically a physical show of brain development and activity. Here's an article about crossing the midline if anyone is interested: The Healthy Belly - Early Childhood Brain Development - Brain Child - child intellectual development -