Dear Hudson Sinclair,

It is hard to believe it has been two years that you have been a part of our family.  You my dear have made many of those around yous life a better place.  Your smile melts us all and makes us better people.  It was hard to imagine I could ever love anyone as much as your Brothers, but I surely do and I tear up just thinking about it.  You my sweet voiced beautiful son are the very best miracle surprise ever.  You always make me laugh with the silly things you say and your spunk always keeps me on my toes.  I love hearing your little voice learn new words every day.  You are such a sweet little Brother who always wants to be in on what your big brothers do.  That is why we call you "me-me!"  Don't worry my little Buddy Mommy won't leave you out.  But hey could you stop coming into my room at 6:30 AM every single morning like clock work saying "HI MOMMY!"  I know you are pro at escaping your crib, but we all need a little rest.  I love you to the moon and back my angelic voiced completion.  Not a day goes by that I don't thank God for you EVEN when I am pulling my hair out.  Happy 2nd Birthday my me-me honey honey Hudson, keeper of my heart.  I will love you always and forever and ever.


Finally a day ALL for Me-Me and a special present.  He woke to Mommy and Brothers singing him happy Birthday.  Then we ate french toast and cantaloupe.  We played around for a bit until Grammy came over where he was spoiled with a talking elmo stuffed animal and more. 

Then we were off to the teacup park for play time and McDonald's chicken nuggets, apples, and milk.

We ended the perfect day enjoying BBQed pizza in the back yard with close friends and family where Hudson was surprised with his OWN toy.  A ride on Thomas the Train.  No Birthday would be complete without cake and a fun video.

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