9.13.2010

we kept this birthday simple. and happy.

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He's celebrated,
and can tell me all his secrets,
and can eat whatever he wants for dinner.
we all have a happy day.

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You're pretty remarkable, Andy. I'll write a book about you someday.

11 comments:

Chris said...

Love that menu...I'm not sure my kids would even ask for so many treats (I tell them "no" too much). What a super way to celebrate.

Amanda Joy said...

This looks so fun. I love birthdays for kids. My little boy Asher turns three in October. This year we are doing Disneyland, and then a Halloween themed birthday. I can't wait until he turns five, because I totally want to do a messy party! Thanks for all of the great posts and fun ideas.

ShEiLa said...

To me... simple is perfect.
It looks wonderful.

ToOdLeS.

Alice Wills Gold said...

It's never seizes to amaze me...the power of food.

And then I think about how I love it when LG brings me home my favorite ice-cream. :)

A Busy Nest said...

I just love what kids ask for on birthdays! :) I like that Jake looks excited too-brotherly love.

AndyPandyJackaDandy said...

He and Taj are kindred spirits, as I've said before. How many kids this age want a plate of shrimp for dinner? Taj's bday is next month--too bad we couldn't do a joint party!

Buggsby said...

hahaha that is awesome... would you like your pregnancy picture for said book??? ;o) I still have it... day before you were induced... woot woot ;o)

cally said...

uh...you can hold onto said picture Letitia. Just tuck it away deep down in the crevices of big belly photos.

Emily "Ebrack" Rich said...

I love that your son chose a donut cake with candles. Dylan has done it for 2 years, and I have to say it makes "birthday cake making" the best. I love you Cal...

wendy said...

AHHHH, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO A NEAT-O KID.

mindy said...

that looks like my kind of party. is it bad i'm craving a donut now?!