Celebrating Chelle’s Last Day of Being Eleven — 4 Comments

  1. Love this idea! Do you have a similar tradition for your sons too? Our young men should strive to be golden vessels too!

    • Thanks, Cheryl! We have not done the China plates for the boys, although that is a good idea. We’d need to find an approach with a dish that would be more manly, but that could work!

      When our oldest son turned 13, my husband took him along on a business trip, and they listened to some “growing up” audios and talked along the drive. I blogged about it somewhere, LOL! We haven’t yet done anything like that for our next son who is 13 now. We need to figure that one out. :)