A little squirming pink package of joy, sent to us from the angels! Before she even left the delivery room she had wrapped her teeny tiny fingers around her daddy’s finger, and twenty two years later can still get him to do whatever she wants with the slightest tug! 🙂
My baby girl is now a senior in college (WHAT???), but when she comes home for break we will celebrate with lunch in the kitchen, just for the four of us.
Oops, that should be me, not Nellie for the fourth.
Luckily, I collect “Charlotte” dishes of any kind, and this will be the perfect time to use some for my own little Charlotte.
As a little miss, she decided that her last name was not Green, but Blue. Charlotte Blue. These blue accents go well with the Charlotte dishes!
We’ll start with butternut squash soup and add a little extra love with heart shaped pasta.
Fresh melon and berries are served with Charlotte’s childhood silver. The little lady liked to use it at every meal.
Pretty French paper leaves line the berry plates and act as coasters under the glasses.
After the main course (we’ll let the birthday girl decide) angel food cupcakes with berry jam will finish our meal.
But first there will be singing and candles.
Make a wish and dream big.
Then follow those dreams.
Hurry home, little wonder girl. We miss you.
All of us!
Happy birthday little pumpkin.