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18 Month update
So Rachel is now fast approaching 18 months, and doing great. She's still making good progress, and is officially sitting independently. She can sit for up to 45 minutes now!!!
She is now 19lbs 3 oz, and 77.5 cms long. That puts her on the 3rd percentile for weight, and between the 10th and the 50th for height. We haven't done a head measurement in a while, so I'm not sure about that one, and I think I'm glad. We know that her head is not on the growth charts, but we also know that she is doing way better than the evidence would suggest.
We've had a lot of appointments recently, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy, pediatrician, dietician, ENT. We are seeing the neurologist at the end of the month for an EEG, which will tell us something about the seizure like episodes she is having. I dread that one!
Rachel loves the water, so hydro is always fun. She's doing really well there now, really relaxed in the water. She used to be stiff as a board, but now she goes nuts splashing and having fun. We are back to our monday morning group in a few weeks, and she will get more regular hydrotherapy there.
Physical improvements have been steady over the last few weeks & months. Rachel is really comfortable sitting now, and can sit for a long time. She does fall over a bit still, but it's usually when she gets pushed by Ben, or wants to get at something outside her grasp. We are working on going from lying to sitting, and also sitting to standing. She is getting pretty good at both, but of course still with help. We are also working on transferring weight from one foot to the other, something she has to learn if she is ever to take steps.
Rachel's left hand has been in a soft neoprene splint for 3 months now, and although we have seen good progress and improvements, it's still nowhere near a functioning hand. We were back with the Pediatrician about this last week, and she agrees that the next course of action is a solid splint for 12 hours at night for the next 3 months. Then, we will revisit the Botox option, probably for the lower arm.
We saw our ENT back in July, and he agreed that a hearing aid could be beneficial. We are waiting for an appointment to check for any new loss in her right ear, and then we will hopefully go ahead with this. I'm excited, as I think it might really help with Rachel's speech delays.
The dietician has made us cut out the lunch time bottle, so she's now just on one in the morning after breakfast, and one before bed. So far, it hasn't been going that well, as Rachel still doesn't like to eat lumpy foods, and won't bring food to her mouth, so feeding has been pretty stressful. We will look again at her diet plan in a few months.
So here she is on her scooter. She can sit on it for a while without falling, but she hasn't got the concept of scooting yet. We are also practising sitting on the edge of a box, feet on the floor. The goal is to be able to sit on a bench unsupported by age 2. This is a big predictor of future walking. Fingers crossed!
Body Fat as function of Weight after One Year
It's the one year anniversary of my diet.
This is a chart of my body fat percentage as a function of my weight. The diamonds are actual measurements, and the solid line is the theoretical value if the fat loss ratio is fixed at 63%.
The goal is a bit arbitrary, at 20% body fat. The original goal was a 'healthy' BMI and was met at 205 lbs.
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