Friday, April 18, 2008

Oh, and one other thing.

Amy's birthweight, last Wednesday: 8 pounds, 4 ounces

Amy's weight last Friday, when we left the hospital: 7 pounds, 12 ounces

Amy's weight at her first checkup yesterday: 8 pounds, 6 ounces

For you non-mathy types, that is 10 ounces in 6 days. That's right people, I am just that good.

6 witty remarks on "Oh, and one other thing."

Fatty McSlowslow said...

High-octane mom-juice
Seems to agree with Amy.
Yes, you ARE that good.

Catherine on 6:49 PM said...

However, she lost weight a few days after she came out. That was from the shock of having to work for her food. Avast!

Also, This Just In: it is embarrassing to hear your own father use the phrase "mom-juice". Embarrassing and hilarious.

Fatty McSlowslow said...

Hey, you didn't hear your father use the read it.

Believe it or not, I asked your mother if that phrase was acceptable before I hit the "publish" button. So blame her. I needed a five syllable line. Sometimes great literature can be disturbing.

Joni on 1:28 PM said...

Yeah, it's typical for babies to lose weight right after the birth. In fact, accorring to our ped. babies often lose weight for the whole first week, and don't get back to their original birthweight until week two. Which just goes to show that I am made of awesome.

Although, I'm sure it helps that Amy is basically a Jack LaLanne Power Juicer (TM).

jdhoosier said...

Indeed it can be, F-Mac. Should we celebrate or lament the fact that Alex returned to his criminal ways at the end of A Clockwork Orange? Were Lord Macbeth and Michael Corleone fundamentally evil, or do there but for the grace of circumstance go we? These questions lack satisfactory answers.

On the other hand, the phrase "mom-juice" is utterly without redeeming social value.

molly said...

You did math?! Ohhhh, what is this world coming to?


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