Sunday, September 30, 2007

Another week down

So another week down and a whole lot more to go. It's been a relatively uneventful week, except for the fact that I now have ears. Tiny ears, but they are still ears. I watched my first college football game yesterday, or at least a couple minutes of it. Dad was watching USC beat Washington and Mom came and sat on his lap for a little bit. It was awesome, but Mom isn't exactly a big college football fan so she got up and left. I was a little upset that she didn't let me watch any more of the game, so I kind of made her a little sick. Actually, I have been making her feel a little sick all week. It's not my fault though. I'm just trying to grow in here and I require a lot of food and energy. You try doubling in size every week; it's not easy.

It would be fun to go to USC for college. Too bad it will probably cost $300,000 for four years of school there by the time I am in college. I will probably go to a cheaper school - like APU. Lol! I'm hilarious.

In other news, fall weather is here! The leaves are changing colors and the air is getting crisp. It's just getting started, but it's definitely getting colder around here - especially at night. It's sort of my dad's first real fall season too since he is a So Cal guy. Mom was working on a lesson plan this week about the four seasons and I tried to tell Dad to learn from her, but I don't think he heard me. It's probably a little easier for me to stay warm in Mama's womb, but he has sweaters and blankets and stuff, so he'll be fine. And besides, a little fall never killed anybody - sorry about that one, no pun intended.

Sunday, September 23, 2007

What a weekend!

It's nice to finally be home after a long weekend. The wedding was really exciting. A bunch of Dad's friends were there and it was fun for him to see them all. They were all excited to see Mom and congratulate her and ask her about being pregnant. Everybody asks,"are you excited?!" and I am just sitting there thinking, "are you serious? Of course she's excited. It's me - Baby Gudgel! Hi-yo!" I yelled that a couple times, but then I realized nobody can hear me out there, so I gave up. They probably can't speak baby anyways.

Today was pretty fun too. The parents got hooked up with some box seats at the Giants game, so they brought Pat and Alexis along with them. The box was awesome and the free food was really nice; it's just too bad the Giants had to be playing. I mean they are basically a minor league team with a fancy stadium. Let's just say I'm looking forward to my first Dodger game.

After the game we met up with another of Dad's friends who was wandering around San Francisco with his girlfriend on their way up to Seattle. Yeah, I know that sounds crazy but somehow it works out. His name is Matt, but everyone calls him Tex. Is it just me or is everyone from Texas nicknamed "Tex"? I just hope if I go to college Texas people don't call me Cal.

Alright time for bed. Mom has a lot of work to do this week so I need to make sure she gets a lot of sleep.

Much love.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Hey it's me!

Can you believe it! I was planted 6 weeks and 2 days ago and I'm already blogging. I must be a genius. My limbs eyes and nose are starting to grow, just imagine how great my typing will be once I have fingers. Mom & dad have no idea what I'm gonna be.... thats why this page is all neutral colors. I know what I'm gonna be but it's me and God's little secret, at least for a few more months. So far I've decided I'm going to be really good and not make my mom throw up and all that fun stuff.. I do give her cravings though.. mostly for sleep.

I get to go to my first wedding this weekend. Dad's friend Kimble is getting married. I wish I could dance but my legs aren't fully here yet. I guess I'll just watch Kimble's family and learn how. (wink wink) I'm also excited to meet Pat and Alexis, I hope they give me a friend soon. I can be patient though because I have two cousins moving up here in a few weeks. I'm sure they'll keep me busy.

Well I feel one of those sleep cravings coming on, and I need to wrap this up before mom falls asleep and the lights go out. I'll keep you posted on my daily activities. You'd be amazed how much is going on in here.

Peace Out,
Baby Gudgel