Our grandson recently turned four. He loves anything with wheels, and he's excited about Christmas, so I combined Christmas trees and wheels for his birthday dinner.
I love these Better Homes and Gardens Heritage Collection salad plates. Our Walmart only had three of them in stock, so I called my sister-in-law (who is also my personal shopper), and she found the other five at her Walmart.
I used Fitz and Floyd Country Plaid dinner plates.
I bought the plaid chargers at Michael's last year.
We drank from green striped straws in green Ball jars.
You may remember that this big rusty truck hauled pumpkins in the Fall. After the pumpkins are harvested, the owner of this truck becomes a Christmas tree farmer. With all of this farming, you'd think he could buy a new truck.
He tried to make the truck look better with Christmas décor, and he wished our grandson a happy birthday with signs on the sides of the truck.
The owners of a Volkswagen and a red pickup have already bought their trees.
I see a Christmas tree moving across the bridge. We'd better check this out.
Oh my! That little red convertible is carrying a huge tree!
Even his cake had wheels on top. Some of you prayed for Cooper when he was born, weighing one pound fourteen ounces. I wanted to share this picture of him as proof of the miracle of prayers. We are so blessed to have a thriving, fun, and intelligent miracle grandson.
I'm glad you joined us for his birthday celebration.