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One Last Weekly Infographic: Week 52 in numbers

This weekly tally is actually a week and one day in order to take it through January 21, the day before Miloh turned one.

People have asked how we kept track of all this... Staci made a sheet we (and our nanny, my in-laws and such) would fill out. It all started because we had to track his stats because of his jaundice... so one night when I was loopy from no sleep I started these.

I only planned on doing these weekly graphics for a year... so this is the last. Some folks are probably happy about that, some could probably care less and maybe some are bummed.

Although these are going away I'm still behind by a couple of the month long graphics and my infographic for the 3rd and 4th quarter of his first year.

Then there are some others I have bouncing around in my head.

Thanks for checking them out.

January 14-21

Comments

  1. Wow. And here we are. Full circle. Congrats on making it through.

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  2. It was a good run. What's next? Spinoffs?

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  3. Adding a comment I deleted in order to dump the email address given:

    hey! this has nothing to do with your graphics, although i do think they are lovely. i have floor bed questions, and since youre someone i actually know, i thought id ask you...i cant find you on facebook so im assuming youre out of that game...
    what kind of matress did you get and how old was miloh when you put him on the floor bed? we want to go that route, just not sure when or how.ant advice is welcome!
    email me if you get a chance,

    nicole from cleveland-chicago
    thanks!

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