HAPPY BIRTHDAY EDDIE! I love your face and your name and I wish you weren't June's cousin so I could set you up.
Ha! I laughed aloud at his face and his present. Let's be real though...is he really going to remember his first birthday present? I'm thinking you can get away with Veg-All for at least the first four years.
Eddie, I feel a kinship with you. Living in SB, a trip to Wal*mart is also a rare, birthday-quality event. Come visit us and you'll feel right at home.
Happiest Birthday Eddie! Did you see all the funny clowns at Walmart too? Your mom hired them to come see you.P.S. I can't get over how cute you are.
What on earth is Veg-All?!
True story. And yea, what is Veg-All??
Katie, you know how to do birthday's RIGHT!
Veg-all! Finger food! Don't let its label - or placement in the vegetable aisle - fool you. It is not for adult consumption.
Happy birthday little guy! And that face says it all!
Katie, every time I pass the Veg-All cans at the store I say to myself "Surely, nobody buys that stuff." I hate being wrong, but now I at least know the truth.You will make this up to Eddie when he's 16, his older siblings are out of the house, and he wants to use the car. Unless you have more kids, he will not be required to share anything--and that includes all those cans of Veg-All you are apparently stocking up on, which will surely be leftover in your cupboards because that stuff is hideous.
Eddie, cherish that Veg-All...I think I recall your G.G. Forrest putting that stuff on the table...Katie, finger food is right. We would flick the limas at each other.Randy
Yeah, Buddy! The Big Uno. If you were Mexican, you'd get your first Cerveza. If you were Hawaiian, we'd roast you a pig. But since you're an Erb, nothing says happy birthday like veggies out of a can. Grandpa Jack would be so proud. Love you, cute boy!! xox
All I can say is, "What a face!" Happy Birthday to the Edster.
I love this and his darling face! But I still think it's more upscale than Leah's "Moving Birthday Party." My all-time favorite.
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