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The Doctor Visit: Madison

I almost forgot — Madison had her 6 year old checkup on Thursday.  It went pretty good.  She’s 3’10” and 52 lbs.  She’s right on track where she is suppose to be.  We discussed her dehydration issues and remember when she got sick a couple of weeks ago and I let her stay home?  I did the right thing and need to do it again if she’s dehydrated before she goes to school.  We have to stay ahead of it, and I can’t do that if she’s at school.  She also has a note so that she can carry a water bottle at school.  It was nice knowing that I made the right decision.    I did have to laugh when the pediatrician told me that she definitely needs to be involved some after school programs (since she was bouncing off the walls).  I wanted to say welcome to my world.  LOL  Currently, she has karate on Fridays and girl scouts every other Monday.  I think  more than that would be too much for a kindergartener.

She also got brand new glasses, and I’ll get a picture of them up with her in them as soon as I find my camera.  🙂

3 thoughts on “The Doctor Visit: Madison”

  1. Why did you wait so long? Drugs are good when you feel like crap. I wait 5 days. If it doesnt get better by then I see the Doc. Being a mom is hard enough. Thats why they invented antibiotics 🙂

  2. Hi! You requested to follow me on twitter. How funny that we both have daughters named Madison! My Madison will 5 yrs old in about 3 weeks 🙂 We have had a lot of ear infections, pink eye, bronchitis (me included) at my house in the past few months too. Ugh. I look forward to chatting w/you.

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Lisa Martin

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