We did get some (possibly) discouraging news. Hudson's nose started to run yesterday leading us to believe that he's coming down with a cold. This would not ordinarily be a big deal but his surgery is scheduled for Tuesday. That only gives him 4 days for the cold to run it's course and that's not very likely. Doc said for us to call his surgeon's office tomorrow to find out if we need to push it back a little due to the fact that his immune system is already busy fighting off the cold, and anaesthesiologists don't like to put babies under when they are having upper respiratory issues.
SOOO that means that there is a good possibility that we won't be doing the surgery next week. I'm a little bummed about that. Don't get me wrong, I'm not excited for my child to have surgery, but I am ready to put this in the past. We've anticipated it for SO long. Whatever is best and safest for Hudson is what we will do.
Before I forget, here are his ONE YEAR STATS
height: 30 inches- 75th percentile
weight:24 lbs- 70th percentile
He has lots of new words, and we still haven't found a fruit, veggie, or meat that he does not like. He likes whole milk, and when the pack of formula is gone that we are working on now, he will be completely off formula.
The biggest thing this month is the fact that he's walking and running. He started walking about 3 weeks ago and it's amazing to see how much better he's gotten every day like being able to turn corners and step over toys without falling.
He's my heart and I am so thankful for him and proud of him. Here are some pictures from his actual birthday.
Mrs. Jennifer decorated my chair, got me cup cakes, and some other treats. I love Mrs. Jennifer
Time for a birthday ride to the park. Good thing it's a little cooler this morning and there's a breeze.
We'll finish up the afternoon playing in my new water table.