So, we are back to the never ending issue of my kids being on the bottom end of the growth curve, especially with weight and especially with my daughter. I know, someone needs to be at the bottom, but this time I thought that she would have at least continued to maintain her own curve not lose 5% (7th% to 2nd%). The thing is, she was weighed on a different scale, so that could be the issue. At her 15 month visit she was weighed on the baby scale because she refused to stand on the adult scale. At the time her weight seemed normal, but now, I'm not sure what to think. I am not really worried because I know that they are eating. Could the 3 of them eat better and more healthy? Oh yeah! They hate their veggies, but I bought Deceptively Delicious at the recommendation from my doctor. Basically, I am going to be sneaking veggies into foods and still offering them the real thing, that way if they refuse to eat say their broccoli, I know that they got cauliflower in something else with out even knowing it.
On another note, we have our EI evals starting Wed! It certainly seems like it is going to be very involved. Wed, we have 3 clinicians coming to our house for the initial eval process, then Thursday we have another one or two (can't remember) coming for my older son, then next week we have 4 coming for the twins and that is just to see if they qualify (which I think they will). Their language development which is getting better, is still quite a bit behind (at least I think so), then there is the potential growth issue with Eva Rose. I think otherwise it is just speech, but you never know what they will see and maybe they all won't qualify, but I'm sure that Michael will!
Crazy times as usual! But it is all so good!