Wednesday, December 30, 2009


Merry Christmas everyone! We had a wonderful but busy time in Richmond for Hudson's first Christmas :) Hudson and I went and saw the legendary Santa at the Children's Museum with Grandma Lee......Hudson could have stayed with Santa all day! We ran around town all week trying to squeeze in everyone of our friends so that they could see Hudson. Hudson came down with a horrible cold on Christmas Eve so thus began the constant wiping of the nose!

We had a wonderful dinner at my mom and dad's Christmas Eve and then spent the night with Mack's parents that night. Hudson loved opening presents with his cousin Emma in the morning....well Emma enjoyed opening presents, Hudson fell asleep about 10 minutes in! After presents with the Lindsey's we went up to Richmond and opened presents with all the Bedell's and Kaufman's. My cousins loved playing with was as if life was coming full circle since I was 12 when Colby was born and now they are 15, 13, and 11......they make me feel old!

We then went to my godparent's open house and Hudson was the hit of the party! Mom, Dad, and Todd left to go to dinner for Aunt Betsy's birthday and Mack and I headed back to Chester.
All in all we had a wonderful week with our family and friends!

We will be headed back up to Virginia on the 5th for Hudson's Baptism on the 10th.....we just can't get enough of the airports!

Playing in the airportHudson is looking for our delayed plane
Hudson and Grandma Lee
Hudson and Santa in deep conversation

Mommy and Hudson after seeing Santa

Hudson loved playing with Dixie and Dixie loved eating Hudson's puffs!

Daddy and Hudson opening presents
Brothers and cousins opening presents
The Bedell family Christmas morning 2009

Hudson's first Christmas picture with mom and dad....many more to come!
Family pic Christmas night at the Lindsey's

Walking around Lewis Ginter for Garden Fest of Lights

Us in front of the Christmas tree at Lewis Ginter

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