2 weeks

Today Cooper went for his well child check up, he now weighs a whole 5 lbs 8 ounces, but he is 21 1/2 inches long, surely this means he'll take after his dad for his height and not me! Cooper met his cousin Lydia this week, they are exactly 6 months apart, here are a few shots of them.

At Pops:


With their grandmas:


With their great-grandma:


Also we attended Santa Fe's last basketball game on Friday night, they made it past the first round of state, but unforturnately lost in the semi-finals. We are so proud of the team, they went further they were expected to go, Cooper supported his favorite team with a custom onesie!


Finally Cooper made his debut at church this weekend, as Necon and Jeni warned us, we'll be the last people to leave church probably for the next year, here he is before he left the house:

8 comments:

Aubrie said...

He looks a lot like Jeremy. I'm glad I got to be one of the zillions of other people to stop and see you yesterday!

The Warriors said...

We had so much fun spending time with you guys!! You have an absolutely BEAUTIFUL kiddo! Please have someone email me pictures since I took a grand total of ZERO and left my camera at Mama Jo's!

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Ryan and Katie said...

So flippin cute!! I emailed you about Annie did you get it?

OK Chick said...

SO cute! I like his little basketball shirt. He's going to be like his dad.

Adam and Heidi said...

Michelle, Cooper is precious. We are super excited for you guys. How you doing on sleep? Chelsea is 1 month old and we are kind of tired! Heidi

Jayspee27 said...

I don't think he could get ANY cuter!!! He is absolutely precious! If I have a girl (in like 3 yeas), that is still enough of an age range to make an arranged marriage, right??? I'm just saying!

Mary Tarver said...

Oh Michelle he is so handsome.

I can't believe we are old enough to be getting married and having babies. I still remember the day you got your eclipse.

Wow how time flies.

Love,
Your cousin Mary

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