The doctor loved where Jet is at, developmentally, he's well ahead of schedule with his pretty darned solid sitting up, his hand control and capability to grasp things (of course Jet flung his ring of links into the garbage can while playing, but that was half the fun), and his conversational style. The doctor highly approved of Jet talking with Haley, turns out if a baby talks with another baby who is learning how to talk, the two of them learn from each other better than from the adults around them. Since Haley's a bit ahead of Jet, Jet seems to be doing even better, which is pretty cool, all in all.
Jet's weight is now dead average, so all the comments about a 'big baby' are to be ignored. Whew. He's a bit below average in length, so he is short and stout, but his head is a bit above average in size. All that sushi eating has resulted in more baby brains. Yay!
Best yet, the doctor listened while we went through our list of questions and talked us through them all pretty carefully. I was happy to learn that what we did when Jet fell backwards was exactly the right thing to do and the symptoms we'd read about in the book were the ones to watch for and if those had happened we should have brought him in immediately. Since none of them did, we were good doing what we did. Yay!
Of course we had a kill all the happiness by getting shots, but only two of them this time instead of the four the last two times, and Jet's so big, now, he only cried from the needles and was pretty okay after that.