Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Blizzard 2011 and 6 month Post

I'm a few weeks late posting this, but wanted to wait until Hudson had his check-up so I could post his weight and such. Doesn't he look so happy? That's because I told him he couldn't play outside in the snow today! ha!
Hudson, you are now 6 months old (oh where has the time gone?)
You weigh 18 lbs. 1 oz (50%)
You are 26 1/4 inches (25-50%)
You wear a size 3 diaper and 6-9 month clothes and some 9-12 month clothes
You are still nursing, but are also eating solids. You have cereal for breakfast, fruit for lunch and a vegetable for dinner. You are not picky about your food at all, but really seem to like bananas - which is so funny because Mommy doesn't like them.
You don't have any teeth yet, but are certainly drooling like you are going to get them soon.
You roll everywhere and scoot yourself backwards along the floor. You get up on your hands and knees and rock back and forth, but have not yet figured how to crawl.
You can sit up for a few minutes at a time unsupported.
You love to watch your siblings and laugh at them all the time, which makes them just try to make you laugh even harder.
You love to play peek-a-boo.
You are a very easy going, smiley baby. Everyone comments on how smiley you are.
You are learning how to flirt.
You are a Mama's boy and look all around the room to find me if someone else is holding you.
You have started crying if I walk out of your line of sight.
You are still on your monitor at night. Your pulse ox has stabilized, but you are still showing some episodes of periodic breathing, so they are still monitoring you.
You are one of the best things in my life. I thank God daily for you. I love you soooo much.
Today school was cancelled due to "Blizzard 2011" . I'm not sure of the total amount of snowfall but I would guess that snowfall was around 14 inches.
One of the older kids left the pantry door open and Mason helped himself to some Doritos - atleast he stayed in the kitchen! It drives me nuts how many times a day they are in the pantry and "helping" themselves to a snack. AHHHHH!!! Does anyone else have this problem?

These are taken in our front yard. I tried to take some of the back, but since everything was all white you couldn't see very well. Our retaining wall is completely buried though.
Chase helped Tom try to shovel us out. The drifts were taller than him! The van would have never made it out of our subdivision. As a matter of fact, we have another snow day tomorrow because the plows were working on main roads only today. I think we'll go build a snowman tomorrow.

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