I am so not a numbers person.
My husband does all the budgeting.
And the bills.
And the taxes.
Not only do I not do well with numbers, I just really don’t like numbers.
But a few numbers? I like.
This morning, I got an email with just numbers in it.
And I positively squealed.
Updated measurements on my precious Poppy.
She is 20 months old and currently measures:
has 12 teeth
and a 12 cm foot length
How ridiculously cute are those numbers?
To put some perspective on these numbers, I went to the growth chart calculator. You know, to get a better idea what to expect, size-wise, for the China trip. Turns out our girl is pretty good sized for a girl from southern China.
At 24 pounds, she is in the 31% for American girls.
And at 31.5″, she is in the 21% for American girls.
I was so spun up on these numbers I kept on going. I wanted to see how all my other kidlets would compare on the growth calculator.
Vivienne is 29 pounds and at 3 1/2, is in the 13%. And at an adorable 35.75″, she is in the 3%. Woot!
Shepherd is also 29 pounds at 4 1/2. He is less than 3%. And at 38″ he is less than 3%. Seriously, y’all. That boy eats cheese and butter sandwiches.
Jude is almost 5 1/2 and at 36 pounds, he is in the 9%. And at 41.5″, he is in the 10%.
Isabelle is almost 7 and at 53 pounds, is in the 64%. And, at 46.5, is taller than her older sister and in the 28%.
Sophie is almost 7 1/2 and at 48 pounds, is in the 26%. And at 46″ is in the 8%.
Dalton is 9 1/2 and at 83 pounds is in the 86%. And at 54.5″ is in the 62%.
And then there is Asher, who has been big from the get-go. He just turned 12 and at 132 pounds is in the 95%. And at 63.5″ (5′ 31/2″) he is in the 94%.
Whew. All that duly notated and saved for future reference.
I think I’m done with numbers for a while.
Movin’ on to chocolate now. Is it time to go to China yet?