We keep very busy with our three boys, yes three boys and have been married for over five years, wow don't we feel old! We Do! Costner our oldest is four, Brooks is two, and our last addition to the family Hudson is almost three months old, we are very blessed to have three wonderful boys.
Brooks helping with the cupcakes Boys Playing in the water
It was Brooks birthday on Friday, poor guy he turned two, but we didn't through him a party because Hudson just came home and Clint was out of town so we just had cupcakes! We are seriously going to need to do some kind of party for Costner and Hudson, because Hudson was put in TCH on Costner's fourth birthday and Brooks well he got the shaft too... So poor Brooks got to play outside practically all day and have pizza and cupcakes, oh well we will make it up to him!
In his bed watching TV in the car seat ready to leave!!!
Hudson was able to be discharged this past Wednesday, we were so excited to get him home. He loves to be held all the time, and is having some issues on getting his sleeping at night down, but other than that he is doing good. Here are of a few pictures of him getting ready to leave Texas Childrens, and then finally leaving... I know people must have thought I was nuts taking all the pictures of him getting ready, but oh well...
Hudson has been at Texas Children's for about a month and half, but it looks like he will be being discharged sometime this week! Hudson was born with Pierre Robin Sequence, meaning that his jaw was pushed back, which was not allowing him to breath properly, and eat. He was at Conroe Hospital for five weeks, then we were able to bring him home for about two weeks, and then he had to be admitted into Texas Children's. We originally thought that he had a cold, but instead he had other issues. His airway was very dangerous, and they didn't want us to leave until his airway was safe. (The Doctors were very surprised that we didn't have any Major emergencies while we had him at home (with his airway). Hudson has since had surgeries, one a gastrophic tube to help with his feedings, and a jaw distraction. The jaw distraction was the hardest on us, because after he had it he was placed on a ventilator for eight days. As of today though he is doing much better, the airways has improved tremendously and he is off all Oxygen! He will be coming home with the jaw distraction contraption, but will only have to have it on for six more weeks!
This past weekend Costner and Brooks were able to go up and see him, they hadn't seen him for about six weeks, so they were both very excited to get to see Hudson. Though I think they got a little more excited about riding the trains downtown!