Show Us Your Life- China Patterns

Kelly, over at Kelly's Korner, is hosting Show Us Your Life- China Patterns. I usually don't join in on these, but I love reading everyones posts, so I thought I would jump on the train this week. And also because I love my China.
This is my fine china. It Mikasa Platinum Crown.

I did not want to register for fine china when we got married, but my mom insisted I should. I never really use my "good stuff", but I know I will be so glad I have it in a few years.

My everyday dishes are my favorite! They are so pretty. They are very Thanksgiving-y, but we use them all the time. I love my extra pieces that are especially for the fall. I also don't have white accent plates, we just have the brown, but I couldn't find a picture of what we actually have. They are Mikasa Countryside Harvest.


Class of 2010

Friday, my big boy graduated preschool. I cannot believe he will be starting Kindergarten in a few short months. He has seriously grown up so fast.

We had the graduation at one of his classmates house. They had a huge backyard and lots of stuff for all the kids to play on. After graduation, they had a picnic and played some more. My sister took pictures of the boys and I filmed it, however, I have no clue how to post the video on here. The graduation was so cute and Mrs. Joyce has done a great job with the kids. We are so thankful we had such a great teacher the past 2 years (even though she informed me she won't get to be Hudson's teacher when he starts preschool).

Colsons Tea Party

Colsons class had thier annual Tea Party on Wednesday. On the paper I got out of his bag it mentioned they could dress up. So I racked my brain on what he could wear and all I could come up with last minute was a tie shirt. I ended up making the boys shirts right before we left the house. (Let me explain,... we were out of town the week before and we didn't get the note till last minute. And I had never been to a tea party to know the dress code and Jeremiah went last year in my place. Don't judge!)

The tea party was so cute and all the kids had a good time. All the kids used great manners and even put the napkin in thier laps. Here are some pictures I got!