We have a five year old in the house.
Our sweet Vivienne has gone and turned one year older.
This morning, as she walked passed Tallula and handed her a piece of paper, she said, “Take this pencil and call me in the morning.” I have no idea what she meant, but I find her positively irresistible.
So much to love about this little bundle.
Happy Birthday, Vivienne. I can’t believe she is 5 already! Time’s a flyin’
Happy Birthday Vivi!!! You’re a beautiful 5 year old!!!! Wishing you all the best 😉
New here… LOOOOOOOVE your blog, am continually inspired by your AWESOME pics, and, just a wee bit off topic… WHERE did you get such great plates??!!? All those kiddos, I’d be afraid they’d all be in pieces, but then again, why have pretty stuff if you don’t put it to use?!? Congratulations to Vivi, and much love to you and your amazingly beautiful family from here in Ohioooooooo!!
Val in Ohiooooo
That’s some of our Polish Pottery…. LOVE it. Most durable dishes, ever. We use it for our everyday dishes (well, and our ‘fancy’ dishes, since we don’t have any of those ;)) – it all mixes and matches – I pick it up as I can at TJ Maxx and Marshalls.
Happy Birthday Viv~
Happy birthday Vivienne! Love the plate btw! Where did you get them?
Ha! I just read the other comments and see that Valerie said the same thing about the plates;) too funny!
That is funny! Lots of love going around for the Polish Pottery 🙂
I replied to Valerie above, but you can get it a TJ Maxx or Marshalls (it all mixes and matches) but it’s getting harder to find. But it is so amazingly durable, we’ve been using the same 12 plates since 2002!
Happy birthday sweetheart!!!
(Now, mama to mama, FIVE?!!!! How can she be five already? Sheesh.)
I know, M3! I told her the EXACT same thing. Sheesh.
I have to say… I have always been partial to this little gal. She sounds like a doctor with her “take this pencil and call me in the morning” comment. Just a bit of variation in the wording. What a *wonderful* crew you have! So much fun to see how fast they grow and CHANGE!!! Gorgeous photos!
Thanks, Nancy! I’m pretty partial to her too 🙂