March 26, 2006 Day 86: 'I Could've Been a Contender'

Daddy B got me a book called "My Baby's First Book of Famous Movie Lines" and I spent some time trying to repeat some of my favorites in the mirror.

Only problem was I forgot I don't talk, so my impression of Marlon Brando consisted of some grunts and moans. But dad said that was actually pretty close to the way Mr. Marlon sounds.

Anyway, since I'm getting frustrated with the whole speaking thing, I thought I'd share some of my favorites with you here, on my blog. These may not be your favorites, but if you have a problem with them, then get your own blog and write your own list! (Sorry for the attitude. It's past my bedtime.)

Hudson's Top Three Movie Quotes:

1. I tried this one out when my parents refused to wake up at 4 a.m. to feed me: "I'm as mad as heck (I'm a baby, I can't swear yet), and I'm not going to take it anymore!"

2. This is also a good one to use if you're ready for a bottle: "As God is my witness, as God is my witness, they're not going to lick me! I'm going to live through this, and when it's all over, I'll never be hungry again ... I'll never be hungry again."

3. And this one is from what I consider to be one of the greatest films of all time, "Look Who's Talking Too": "
I don't care what you say, I'm not pooping in that thing. I've got my standards." (Ha ha ha... hee hee... that Mikey kills me. That's one of those movies you can just watch over and over and over.)


March 16, 2006 Day 76: Am I a Vegan?

I'm done with cow milk. It's udderly disappointing (Sorry. More Nurse Irene humor.)

But now that I've switched to soy, does that mean I'm a vegan? I don't know exactly what a vegan is, but I wouldn't mind being one because it rhymes with a lot of other words, and I could use it when writing poems or rap lyrics. Here's a couple I already came up with.

Hudson the vegan
Has an aunt named Megan

Hudson the vegan
You all want to be him
Come to his crib and you might get to see him
So cute to the eye that you'll think that your dreamin'
He's Hudson the vegan ... peeeeace! Soy milk drinkers in the house!


March 7, 2006 Day 69: Nocturnal

I've been caught.

It was way past my bedtime -- and my parents' bedtime -- when I thought I'd wake to play a little game I like to call, "Seeing."

"Seeing" is, like, such a cool game. All the babies are playing it. All you have to do is wait until it gets really dark, and then just open your eyes. You won't believe how much fun it is.

Only advice I have to all you other babies out there who read my blog is: Make sure your parents don't have a nightvision option on their camera. Momma CJ and Daddy B spotted me with my eyes wide open, and they tricked me back to sleep with a pacifier and some lullabies. That's alright. I'll get them back tomorrow night with a little game I like to call "Screaming Into the Baby Monitor."

Feb. 28, 2006 Day 62: ♫He's a Maniac...♫

Momma CJ and Daddy B are in a debate. They both agree that I'm kicking my legs and arms more than ever, but disagree on how I'll end up using those skills in the future.

Dad says I'll be a star baseball player. I've already got a glove and an official Major League baseball, courtesy of somebody called the "Umpire."

Mom says I have the legs to make me a great dancer. She bought me my first unitard. It's low cut shoulder helps to accentuate my head bobbing technique.