Thursday, February 17, 2011

2011 Happenings

So 2011 started with all us fast asleep in our beds and Teegan decided at 12:30 she was ready to party and needed a bottle. About a month ago Teegan decided she wanted to scare us all by turning blue on two seperate occasions so Dr. Savage advised us that it would probably be best for us to go on to the ER, because a blue baby is just not normal. Well, with Teegan's heart mumur the ER doctor decided it best for us to be transferred to Vanderbilt Childrens. While, im glad that are very thorough...I do believe they went alittle overboard. Teegan's sats were perfect 100% O2 heartrate was fine, no fever xray looked good, we were just turning blue. But in the end they decided to send us Emergency traffic, and if you have ever ridden in the back of an ambulance when traveling at high speeds, you can get rather nauseous rather fast. In the end it just turned out to be severe reflux in which she is vageling down and holding her breath. They also picked up a few apnea spells, but are not very concerned with those. So far we haven't had any other problems with this. Teegan will be 6months old March 2nd and so far she is wearing mostly 6 to 9 month clothes and has her 2 bottom teeth. I can't believe my baby girl is already 6 months old.
Landon, well lets just say im alittle shocked I haven't put him in baby boot camp yet. Landon definately is just like me in every aspect, and well we butt heads so much these days. I actually found him in the toilet last night flooding the bathroom. I feel like im constantly getting onto him for something and all I get out of him, are these horrible tantrums. I've purchased many books on how to calm your childs tantrums, but Im not seeing a very good outcome. Landon is talking more and more these days. His new thing is Go Away and I made a mess! Two phrases you just never like to hear.

Now for some exciting news for me. I had put my application in for Pulaski Biggest Loser and excited to say my application got picked and I start the competition on March 2, 2011. I am beyond excited about this experience and can't wait to show off its results.

1 comment:

Penny1215 said...

That is so scary! Glad to know she's doing better. I've always been told to just ignore tantrums, but I've never been very good at it. Mine get corner time or nap time when they have a tantrum. Then they have to apologize before they can get up. All the things that he's doing are so beyond normal. Mine have done so many things that nothing surprises me anymore. When Kollin was 2 or so he poured a bottle of syrup into my hallway floor. Let me just go ahead and assure you that syrup does not come out of carpets especially in those amounts. Lol... anyways you can expect plenty more of those things to come. All I can say is good luck!! :)