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the eric update - day 175: the perfect day for a big boy hat!

so we're getting ready to go back to grandma pam and grandpa phil's house for some holiday leftovers and kris decides to put on a hat that she bought right before thanksgiving , but which was far too big for him at the time.
br /> and what do you know? it fit him perfectly and it looks no nice it makes me want to hum ode to my hat!

some might also notice that he's growing so fast that he almost doesn't fit into his "monkey boy" outfit ( there are little monkey cartoon characters on it), which was one of our favorites. it seems like just yesterday that he was wearing his last preemie outfit and now he's busting out of some of his 0-3 month clothes!

i ask you, can his cheeks get any pudgier?

by the time we get to the grandparent's house for leftovers, odin is fast asleep in his bundle me and looks so darn cute in his new hat that i can't help snapping what i think is one my most favorite photos.

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12/26/2004 11:44:00 PM 1 comments


Yes, his cheeks can get chubbier! I keep thinking my 10 month old son's can't get any chubbier but they do. My daughter has told me I am a mean mom because the baby's nickname is Pudge. He is a roly-poly guy.

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