47. Sweets

Today we celebrated my nephew’s birthday, Mikey the fire chief turned the big 3.    His sweet red fire engine birthday cake was full of sweets (licrorise, cookies for the tires, and tons of icing, and let’s not forget the ice cream).  Can you guess by his face that he loves his “sweets” (just like his Aunt)???


~ by Tammy on February 15, 2009.

15 Responses to “47. Sweets”

  1. What a cutie! Love those blue eyes! Great composite picture of all the important elements–cake, age, face,etc.

  2. Tammy, this is fantastic. I love the background and how you included a closeup and a longer shot of your nephew. Great image.

  3. He’s adorable Tammy, love that fire engine too! Bet you all had a blast.

  4. Awe how cute. What’s the point of a birthday cake if you can’t have half of it wind up on your face?

  5. Great memories for the family.

  6. He sure is a cute fireman!! Great photos and PSEing.

  7. Awww, what a great pic! Happy Birthday Mikey!

  8. Great picture and your collage makes it even better.

  9. This is so precious! Another cutie pie! Is everyone in your family gorgeous??? Great shot!

  10. What a cute little fire chief! 🙂

  11. Cute picture – I love the way the red hat frames his face.

  12. Very cute! In addition to all the other cuteness going on here I love his shirt with all the bugs on it.

  13. Sweet little boy! Love the editing and happy birthday to him!!

  14. Great layout, Tammy, of a particularly handsome firefighter! I wish you’d saved me a piece of cake!

  15. What a cutie he is! The camera loves him – and he obviously loves it!

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