Tuesday, March 30, 2010

First Therapy Session

How does a two month old look after her very first therapy session?
It definitely wore her out, but it was a good visit. Her nurse also came to weigh her etc. She has gained three ounces since Friday and is now up to 9 lbs! The meeting with the Occupational Therapist was pretty introductory as we went over her feeding habits and she checked Addison's head and hand movement. Addison showed off her tummy time skills as well as bumbo sitting and bottle eating. The therapist seemed very pleased with Addison's progress so far and also very impressed by the rather unruly tuft of hair on Addison's head. Hope the rest of her hair catches up soon- it is one of the first things that you notice about her when you see her in person.

Here is a random picture I found on my camera...wonder who took it? (- ; If you can't see it very clearly- the hat says S&D Landscapes

You can see the referenced tuft of hair in the picture as well as a face that is trying to tell Daddy something....she is such a Daddy's girl...maybe she wanted to borrow his hat again. (-:

Grandma came over this afternoon to do some fitting for Addison's Easter dress. It is really beautiful. Grandma is doing a great job.

You can tell that Addison was fascinated by the process (and by Grandma)

Anyway, other than the therapist's/ nurse's/ Grandma's visit, the day was pretty low key. Got some cleaning done and tried out a Zumba class for the first time. Have been wanting to try one for quite some time now. I had a really great time, but hope nobody reports the crimes against dance I was committing while trying to keep up. Hopefully I will have a chance to go back to Zumba again next week. Fun way to burn some calories.

3 comments:

  1. I've always wanted to try Zumba! I guess you liked it...

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  2. I love the first picture of Addison...she really knows how to relax! So cute!

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  3. Haha! The first picture's too darling!

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