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Monday, June 20, 2011

Happy Father's Day

Monday, June 20, 2011

This is how we spent our Father's Day morning - pretty typical of most mornings in the Inman household - hanging out, tickle attacks and having fun in mommy and daddy's bed before getting up for the day. Oh how I love my two dudes.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

We survived one year...

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Cash turned one last Sunday. It's hard to believe that my tiny little newborn has been around one whole year and is growing so much each day. We had a great party for him with all four of Cash's grandparents in attendance along with some new and old friends here in Wilmington. We are so lucky to have so many people love our little man and want to share his birthday with him. We think he had a lot of fun and as you can see, Cash is his mother's son and loves a good Hershey's chocolate cake.

I took him to his one year well-baby visit on Thursday. He's still a peanut - Cash hasn't quite broken 20lbs yet (he's at 19lbs, 8oz.) which leaves him in the 8th percentile for weight. He's 28.5 inches which is the 12th percentile for height. However, the doctor said that he was perfectly proportionate, looks like a good eater and is perfectly healthy (except for a double ear infection which was diagnosed at the time but really, that's just par for the course at this point). He's hitting all of his milestones like cruising, pointing, starting to make more sounds and a few words, and understanding certain words that are said to him. Besides the ear infection diagnosis and the four shots that were involved, it was a pretty good doctor's visit.

This year has brought a lot of change to the life Ross and I have built together but the biggest and best is Cash. We're so lucky to be able to share each and every day with him. He's a special little guy with lots of personality and lots of love in his heart. We can't wait to see what this next year will bring.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Visit with Hazel

Sunday, June 5, 2011

*Yes, in the photo above, Cash is attempting to eat the iPod. It's become his new favorite thing to do. Hazel is right to not look terribly impressed.

Hazel Perks came to play tonight and Cash was excited to meet his new friend. Hazel's mom Lisa and I were freshmen year roommates at Wake and when her family came down to visit her in-laws about 45 minutes south of us, we knew it was the perfect time to meet up. Hazel and Cash played with some toys and then had a good time at dinner together. We hope we get to see Hazel, Lisa and Josh again on their next visit to NC!

Beach Baby!

Cash has really taken to the beach. We live about 8 miles away from Wrightsville and have been a few times already this summer. We try to go around 8:30-9am and leave before noon to beat the heat and the crowds. It works out really well and Cash has ample play time in the sand and surf. Unfortunately, one of his favorite things to do is eat sand but we are doing our best to break him of that habit.