I can’t believe my little baby boy is now a 2 year old toddler! I feel like he’s changed so much recently. He talks so much and repeats almost everything I ask. He’s so loving too and loves to love on his sister and occasionally tackle her.
We are definitely at a fun stage with both kiddos and it makes me so happy to see them playing together. Hudson is always saying “Emma, Emma, Emma” and she’ll say “what Hudson!” and he’ll just keep repeating her name. It drives her crazy! Today she said “stop copying me Hudson” in a whiny voice and then ran up to me (with H right behind) and said “he won’t stop copying me!” It’s never a dull moment!
Since H’s birthday was the day before Thanksgiving this year, I was busy packing and making his cake that morning. I had baked the chocolate cake the day before and then made the chocolate buttercream icing that morning. I was so happy with how the cake turned out. I had found a picture online of what I wanted to do and it was so easy to decorate once we got to Cookeville.
The Wheeler clan came over not long after we arrived and Gabby had a super cute activity for the kids. They had a blast making turkeys out of Oreos, Whoppers, red hots, and candy corn.
Aunt Kathy and Amy joined us for dinner and then we had monster truck birthday cake!!!
Hudson was not smiling in any of our pictures and he almost looked terrified! He loved his cake though.
The big kids were anxiously awaiting the candles…
Me and the birthday boy!
The boy racked up on some monster trucks and trucks. He is all boy when it comes to vehicles. Cracks me up!
I think Huddy had a great birthday. He was so happy to be at his Gabby & Ru-Rus’s house with his cousins. We had so much fun visiting family and shopping and both kids did NOT want to come home! ha ha!
Now we are back home though and apparently we are supposed to get up to 1 inch of snow tonight. How awesome is that?! Maybe this means we’ll have lots of snow this winter.
Check back later this week for Thanksgiving pictures.
Only 1.5 weeks until my first marathon too-Rocket City, here I come!