First Son had his four year appointment followed immediately by First Daughter's 15 month appointment. First Son is about 75% for weight and 85% for height. First Daughter is more than 90% for height and about 25% for weight.
First Son played a "listening game" with headphones. He was supposed to raise his hand when he heard a beep, but never did. Instead he would get a big grin on his face and the nurse would ask, "Do you hear the beep?" and he'd say yes. He didn't quite follow the rules of the "game" but they decided he really could hear just fine.
First Daughter has not thrown up for nearly a week and isn't really congested for the first time in months. The doctor said "It's a shame she's been sick, but she seems fine now." So no medicine for our girl. I anxiously await her return to congestion, which is inevitable given that she spends two days a week surrounded by other one year olds.
The doctor also thought she was only a little delayed in her speech. (She firmed up mama and dada over the holiday, consistently using it for the moms and dads, but doesn't say any other words.) He gave us some information on screenings but seemed to think we could wait a while. So different from New York where we lived when our son was fifteen months old and not talking. I think we'll wait to see how she's doing at eighteen months.