We found a Sonic 10 miles from our house and tried it.
We joined a new mom's group and played at a park and at Stay and Play Cafe with our new friends.
Porter perfected the art of self-feeding.
Porter took lots of high chair naps as we made the transition to one nap.
We took an anniversary trip to Wrightsville Beach where the boys got to put their toes in the ocean for the very first time.
We played with our friends.
We went to Virginia Beach and had a blast!
We cooked out with friends.
We visited Duke Park again now that it's warm, got Duke shirts and ate at Elmo's.
We celebrated our favorite guy on Father's Day.
And enjoyed a whole month with him home without work trips.
The boys and I went to Toys R Us one Saturday while Jared was playing football and came home with a water table.
We spent most nights outside.
We got our money's worth out of our science museum membership.
And since we couldn't make it to Vegas to see it live, we watched Grandpa Mark's wedding on TV.
We went to Hillridge Farms with April and Ben and Emeline.
We finally tried Locopops and now Paxton asks to go to the Popsicle store daily.
We went to the pool with our original Mom's group.
And tried out Pullen Park.
Porter started picking out books and bringing them to me to read.
June was fantastic. It was full of awesome weather and good friends and new adventures and quiet family time. We aren't homesick anymore; in fact, when I think of home I finally think of this house instead of the one we left behind. July will bring us another trip to Oklahoma complete with a family lake trip, a first Fourth without family, and maybe a day or two in the triple digits and possibly a baby taking his first steps. We're ready.