One of the questions her doctor asked me is if my husband is tall. "He is 5 feet and 6 and a half inches tall," was my reply. I really thought she'll tell me, "Oh, no wonder your daughter is short."
Alas, I was wrong! In fact I was told my daughter's height is at 92 percentile. Tall for her age considering that she is Asian. No offense meant to Asians. I'm one and so is my husband.
2012NOV1. My #daughter is at 92 percentile on her #height. She'll be taller than my 5'0" #frame in no time. instagr.am/p/RgO2gPQvWk/
— Labrijoy Corpuz (@RSMblog) November 1, 2012
We both had our Flu Shots today. Have you had yours already? By the way, I have mentioned that I now have this fear of needles (you can read about it here, here, and here). I didn't want to have the shot. However, I also didn't want Skye to get it with me not getting one.
While we were waiting for our turn, Skye kept saying, "Let's go home, Mom." She really cracked me up. I knew she was scared but I admire her for not telling me. When it was my turn, I wanted to cry. For real! I even told the nurse to make sure it doesn't hurt. Well, it was over before I knew it. It didn't hurt at all.
Here is the highlight of my day. Skye said, "Thank you" after her shot which really surprised the nurse and her trainee. Skye was probably the only patient who said "thank you" to them after being stuck with a needle. I'm the proudest Mommy ever!
What or who made you proud today?