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2 years 6 months…

July 12, 2010

That’s what I was just told from the bone scan.  Honestly, I’m almost positive that this is wrong.  So now I’m on the hunt to find out if malnutrition would affect her bone development and the accuracy of this test.  Really hoping to get more information to determine a more accurate age estimation.

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  1. July 13, 2010 8:57 am

    So frustrating… I’m dying to know and I’m not ever her Daddy. Let me know if I can help… I used to be really good at guessing people’s weight and age when I worked for the Texas Fair.

  2. July 22, 2010 2:16 pm

    Oops, just saw this after I commented on your last post. Even thought we are wanting to change her birth certificate to make her a little younger, I am so worried that they would want to estimate Eva younger than we think she is because she is so tiny. I forgot to mention that our girls were at the transition house together! :o) We have pictures and videos of Eva and Abigail together!

  3. Carolyn permalink
    July 29, 2010 12:53 pm

    We are dealing with a very similar situation! We brought Yenenesh to America on July 2nd and found out a week later that she has her 6-year molars. According to her information, she was turning 4 on July 9th. Like your daughter, Yenenesh’s motor skills are just so far beyond a barely 4-year-old AND she also suffered from protein-energy malnutrition. We just got the bone scan results today that put her at 4 years and 6 months but I’m just so sure she’s at least 5!
    Please let me know if you find out more about bone scans/malnutrition/dental age etc. as we’re hoping to start her in kindergarden later this year!
    Best of luck to you unravelling this mystery!

  4. Chris and Stephanie permalink
    March 13, 2011 1:46 pm

    This post is an old one…I’m interested if there is an update on this yet. She definitely looks older then 2 to me…but theres a reason no one ever gave me a PHD. 🙂

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