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When our first grandchild was quite small, I purchased a "Happy Birthday, Jesus" cake to help her understand the reason for the season. It became a tradition to have this dessert each Christmas when Johnny and I host a pre-Christmas meal. This was our cake for this year. You'll notice the Blue trim all around the side.
Here's a shot of the family on Christmas Day, around the new 10 ft. x 4 ft. custom table my DIL bought. We had yummy lasagne (which is at the far end of the table).
Finally, some Blue. Lauren, our first-born grandchild, models the coat that Johnny and I gave her. We purchased the Blue scarf too. It matches nicely, don't you think?
One of our oldest traditions is breakfast at Waffle House. It was our son's idea many years ago. In the parking lot, the baby got a bit fussy, so I took him for a ride on my scooter. I can't resist sharing a picture of our awe struck great grandson. If you look closely, you can see that he's turning the speed control knob. Perhaps that's why I wasn't smiling!
Happy Blue Monday!