My Judd

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Dear Judd,
Your sixth birthday has come and gone and I am still in shocked that it happened so quickly.  In a flash you have grown taller, more able-bodied, and smarter. Though I tease you all the time about not “letting” you grow up, it is so fun to watch. You are such a neat, special boy and there are so many reasons to be proud of you.
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You love sports.  Sports is your thing.  You will tackle any and all sports with gusto insisting that you must be the best at any you try. You have a determination and a willingness to practice and succeed that I have never seen before.  Not in someone your age.  You are such an amazing baseball player and have such a heart for the game. It amazes me how quickly your brain works, and that doesn’t include only in baseball.
You started Kindergarten this year and you are doing so well. You continue to amaze me with your reading abilities and math is still a breeze.
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Do you see this smile?  Your smile lights up my day, everyday.  You have such a pure heart.  You love to see other people happy.  I love to see you happy.  You get so excited about simple things that sometimes it makes me pause to think about life and what it really means. Judd, you are mature, smart, social, athletic, committed, and polite.  I could go on, listing your qualities, and it would sound like I was bragging.  And, perhaps I am.  But, really I list them in true amazement because, even I, as your mother, am blown away by some of them.
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You are 44 inches tall and 52.6 lbs.  You are going to be taller than me before we know it.  I love you so much Judd.  I think about that day 6 years ago when you were born.  You changed my life for the better and I’m so happy I’m your mom.
I haven’t completed and interview with you in a few years so I thought it would be fun to do this year.
Interview with a 6 year old, Judd Perdue:
What is your name? Judd Perdue
How old are you? 6
Who is your best friend? Jake Perdue/ Jake Lane
What is your favorite food? Egg Sandwich
What is your favorite animal? Meerkat
What is your favorite color? Red
What is your favorite movie? Wreck it Ralph
Who is your favorite person?Brother and sisters
Who is your brother? Jake
What does mommy do? Shrug shoulders: wash clothes
What does daddy do? He plays with us.
What do you want to be when you grow up? A Pastor
What’s your favorite sport? Baseball
What do you love? Daddy and Mommy.  I love you too Judd Perdue, I love you too.

3 thoughts on “My Judd

  1. I decided to do this with Emily and William, do a 4-year interview. They both answered ” what does mommy do” with: Chores and Stuff; Wash clothes.
    Lol, go figure!!!!

  2. Judd is such a sweet baby boy. He is kind and giving and loving beyond description. He is so patient. Especially when his iTouch didn’t work on Christmas Day and he had to wait for Mema to find another one…What a sweetheart…

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