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He's ONE!

I have more to update on Cody's First Birthday, but for now, here are a couple pictures from August 7th. The day my baby became a tot. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Cody, now that he's a big boy, eats his own food. Like, we ordered him his own sandwich!

Father and Son

mmmmmhmmmmm! Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Frosting!

"More!!!!"

me "Code, did you like the cake?"   his response was like a grunt mixed with a fiesty MORE! NOW!

Mmmm. First time having his own Milk!

Silly Dad, don't stop feeding him the cake!

Tim helped Cody polish it off.

Birthday Boy!







He loved this tunnel! Thought it was great! AND loud! :)



Mama and her little tiny precious teeny baby who was just in her womb and can't in any fashion already be a year old. He can't.

One and off to find Fun!

Comments

YEAH for Cody turning one! What a great family day for you.
TA Kastenbauer said…
suzy-mom-grandma,

YEAH! Is right! We loved that evening together, and just celebrating the fact that he's a one-year-old now. We also enjoyed celebrating with you guys for his party at mom's! Thanks for helping make him feel special and loved then, and everyday!

Amy-daughter-mama

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