Photo Friday: Early Chris


Here is Chris from twelve years ago tomorrow. It was March 5, 2010 and we were still living in Myrtle Beach where we adopted Chris. He was around ten months old in this photo.

Chris used to like playing with stuffed animals, which is what he was doing here. I do not know why we had Teddy bear sheets. I guess that would be a question for my wife.

32 thoughts on “Photo Friday: Early Chris

    1. Charles Huss Post author

      I wondered why she bought kids’ sheets for an adult bed but I think I remember her saying they were not for kids. Maybe that’s true but they sure look like kids’ sheets.

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  1. The Hinoeuma

    Oh how adorable…

    I’ve spent much time in Myrtle Beach…from baby years, stretched all the way out to 2016? 2017? My paternal grandparents had close friends in Myrtle that owned a very small hotel/cottage. It was close to the older amusement park on the southern end, not the famous Pavilion. After high school grad in 1984, a crew of us were down there. I was at Dick’s (in Murrell’s Inlet?) for NYE 2011/2012.

    Growing up, going down there, there wasn’t much to see in the middle 60s to early 70s.

    It is HUGE now.

    What is Gotcha Day?

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      It’s a small world. My wife ran an apartment complex there called The Abbey at Ridgewood Plantation in Carolina Forest. I think one of our favorite places to go was Murrell’s Inlet. We liked to have lunch at Creek Ratz where we often would see a black cat that was well fed by the patrons. I would order a chicken salad and give the cat the chicken. Chris’s Gotcha day is November 14, 2009. He was about six months old then so we just assume his birthday was May 14, 2009.

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      That was part of the reason but mostly it was because he was so friendly. I was volunteering with his shelter and while I was cleaning cages he jumped on my back, climbed onto my sholders and started nibbling on my ears and my nose.

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