Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Would a Rose Not Smell as Sweet...

Dear Precious Baby #5,

It was never my intention to go this long without naming you.
Your Father and I have had countless discussions on the matter. However, the names at the top of his list include, but are not limited to: Amos, Clyde, Abe and Cash... yes, as in money.
After much thought, I believe your name should be Bubba Junior Hudson. We will combine your first and middle names to create a modern twist on an old classic-- Bubior. Of course, those who are nearest and dearest will shorten that to just plain "Bub."

Perhaps the following will help to explain....

Your Daddy (or "Deddy" as you will be taught to say) refuses to change out of his dress socks when playing ball, working out, or just chillin' after a long day at the office.
Unless he's cutting the grass, in which case he goes barefoot....
And speaking of barefoot, that's how your Mother stays... barefoot and pregnant.

Your Mother has also been known to allow children to play in the mud for hours on end.



Your sister can often be found sporting these....

While your brothers just can't get right....





"What's in a name, that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet...."




Look, Bubior...It is what it is.
Enjoy the next eight weeks. You're soon to join the insanity.

Love Always,
Momma

7 comments:

Jessa Mullen said...

oh come on, there has to be some other force of nature that has not been taken yet !!!

The Hills said...

I'm feeling it...Bubior...NICE! It may be insanity, but Bubior will LOVE it!

Shannon and Andrew said...

Hilarious!! If Cash is in honor of the singer you can always go with Johnny, Jonathan, or John. Of course you'll still have to call him Bubior.

Kiera said...

Love all the pictures!! They make your life look oh so much fun!!! His name will come and if not, November will make you decide! Love you girl!

Nikki McElroy said...

I vote for Amos Clyde!

Supabloggasuprememama said...

loveit.

J. Keith Maxwell said...

Why not go ahead and call him Rain or Precipitation for the formal occasions. Of course, sleet would also be appropriate.