is capable of THIS (and please ignore 1. Sierra's bum and 2) the piece of fuzz that made it's way into my iPhone camera). Avery's wounds are just little scabs now, but there were several days that I would have been afraid to take her to the dr, for fear that they thought we DID something to her. Luckily the biting goes in phases, and I'm fairly certain it can be mostly attributed to teething. However, one co-worker brought up the idea that it might be his way of showing affection. I can actually see that, since he never bites out of anger or frustration and he almost always has a huge smile on his face after the fact (and usually giggles alot).
The picture above, of Connor, was taken at his last ENT appt, a few weeks ago. The hemangioma is still there, although MUCH softer than it ever has been. I wsa hopeful that it had all but disappeared, but ENT still felt it. We're staying the course with his current dose of propanylol, and go back in 4 more weeks.
On a happier note, here's a pic of Sophie from two nights ago. She RARELY wants to smile for the camera, so when she does I'm happy to snap away. And, she.wants.to.wear.this.outfit.all.the.time. It's cute, it's "her," I love it, but I'm ready for her to attach to something new already!