May I introduce you?
Everybody, meet Charlie.
Charlie, say “hi”!
He’s a honey.
How many times can one Nonnie fall in love?
Apparently over and over.
Although I’m here to help my daughter and her husband keep the household intact during this transition to a family of four, it’s clear that my main function is to be Hud Bud’s buddy. Today, I woke up extra early so I could jump in the shower and get my make up on before Hudson woke up. I sure didn’t want to scare the little guy.
We had a great morning. We played with toys, we tickled and laughed, we sang “Twinkle, Twinkle” dozens of times, and read the first page of ten different books. We went outside, picked up rocks, and tried not to get all wet in the sprinkler. I had a blast. By then it was 7:30 a.m. I could have kept it up for at least another couple of hours, but a trip to the farmer’s market sounded like fun, so we packed up the diaper bag and took off.
There was lots of beautiful produce….
and delectable baked goods…..
Someone was handing out suckers as we strolled along.
Hudson has never had a sucker.
Big brothers should have some privileges, that’s what I say.
There’s got to be some perks,
Hud Bud knew instinctively what to do.
He really liked it.
Dad, you’ve been holding out on me for 18 months.
Thank goodness Nonnie came.