Hudson is 4 months old today!
He went to the doctor on Friday and weighs 14lbs. 5oz.
He LOVES to suck on his fingers while slobber runs down his chin.
He is so smiley and has the cutest laugh.
He loves to eat and poop and eat and poop again.
He likes to wake me up at least twice during the night to eat.
He loves to watch his brother.
Whenever I put him down, he follows me with his eyes.
And when Ryan holds him, he stares at me the whole time.
He still cries when I eat or sit at the computer. It's like he knows.
He is so sweet.
I have a crush on him.
We love our bubbas to pieces!
Sunday, November 7, 2010
We had a good Sunday today. We got an extra hour of sleep with the time change, went to church, had Jo Lene's yummy taco salad for dinner, talked to birthday girl Nat, did a Thanksgiving activity, watched home videos, loved on the Bubbas and laughed. I love a good Sunday.
I told Ry to take a picture of us so I could see my hair. I know, nerd. Trying to decide if I should keep growing it or not....???
We made a turkey and wrote what we are thankful for on the feathers. Griff's: noodles, grandma and grandpa, cousins, nursery, toys and iphone. Can't forget the iphone.
I can't get enough of this boy. Sometimes I want to throw the towel in on days when he is fussy and I barely get my teeth brushed. But then he smiles and coos at me and I melt to pieces. And then there is Griffin who is 3 but acts like he is 16. How does that happen? Like how he whined about having to join in on our Thanksgiving activity. I thought 3 year olds liked this kind of stuff. Makes me nervous for when he really is a teenager.
Posted by Ryan and Holly Gibb at 7:15 PM
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
This year for Halloween, Griff was a monkey and Hudson was a baby in a Halloween onesie. The Albany ward invited the Albany branch to their trunk or treat so we went to that Saturday night. Griffy had so much fun going from car to car getting his loot. He would say "Happy Halloween" instead of trick or treat. It was cute. Despite being in the 40's, we had fun! Yes, as in 40 degrees. Brrr.
Posted by Ryan and Holly Gibb at 12:06 PM