He is so going to hate these pictures when he grows up and he’s not going to be too happy with the uncles either. They will talk about it at every family gathering “remember when Evan” stories.
I stared at that for the longest time trying to figure out what they were. I honestly thought it was aluminum foil and I was like… whahuh? How?
Future blackmail… he’ll be an angel in high school!
At least the ribbons aren’t twirling!
insider53~ I’m hoping to qualify for the “I embarress my offspring” shirt.
Court~ You’re so funny.
KathyB!~ You’re brilliant!
Gibby~ That’s for damn sure.
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A rabbi would never exaggerate. A rabbi composes. He creates thoughts. He tells stories that may never have happened. But he does not exaggerate. - Rabbi Krustofsky. The Simpsons
No great artist ever sees things as they really are. If he did, he would cease to be an artist. - Oscar Wilde