Monday, April 20, 2009

Please vote for Christina!

Thanks to all of those that helped me choose a picture to enter into the Battle of the Babies contest. It was a landslide and the winning picture is:

So now Christina is officially entered into the contest and I need your help once again. Please vote for her so that we can win!

To vote, go here -
You will have to click on "C" for the first letter of Christina's name. Then I think she is on the second page, first picture. Her picture will have her name under it, but make sure it is the right Christina (because there is more than one). You will know it is the right one because it is the picture you see above with her in the pink and white hat.

Once you find the picture, click on it. You will then have to enter your email address and click vote. If you are not registered, you will need to register (a bit of a pain, but you only have to do it once). After that, you rate Christina's picture between 1 and 10 (10 please!!!). You can only vote once per day. So, please vote for her as many days as you can.

Thank so much!! You are all wonderful!

And just an update on how the little one is doing . . . as she approaches eight months she is learning more and more things everyday. She is incredibly energetic and happy as always. She has been struggling with a cough and some wheezing, but that doesn't stop her from having her fun. The pediatrician thinks she either has a cold or has allergies. We don't know for sure since there is no definitive test for allergies. We are going back to the pulmonologist on Thursday though, so hopefully we will at least know if her medication is helping her in the long run. We also realized that Christina is getting taller so fast, that we can't even keep up. She shot up to 26 inches only a couple of weeks ago and now she is already 27 inches tall. Her weight isn't as impressive, but she is still healthy at 16 pounds.


  1. Anna told me that her pedatrician told her that if the mucus is clear (meaning not green) it's most likely allergies. If it's green, it's probably a cold. Because clear means no infection.

  2. That is pretty much what our pediatrician says too and CC's mucus is usually clear. But . . . her mucus has always been clear, and she was definitely sick a few other times. So, who knows!


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