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Five years old!

Cold day

Yesterday was my youngest daughter’s birthday.  She is five.  I can’t believe it!  

All my children are growing so fast.  

I made raclette for dinner to celebrate and afterwards we had some cake.  Our little family is done with birthdays until June of next year.  

Now, we can look forward to Christmas.

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Chicken pot pie recipe and photos – smittenkitchen.com (I have got to try this recipe!)

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  • evolving November 14, 2008, 4:32 pm

    Happy Birthday little one!!! I hope they know what a warm and magnificent mama they have…

  • expatraveler November 14, 2008, 6:15 pm

    Happy Birthday to sweet bear!~ Wow – 5 years old, time goes by so fast! And a little family… hehe 5 to 6 is enough sounding for me… :)

  • sissi November 15, 2008, 12:26 am

    Lots of b’day lately!
    Happy birthday!

  • Julie November 15, 2008, 2:55 am

    Happy Birthday!

  • Katie November 16, 2008, 12:55 am

    Happy birthday to your youngest munchkin! You must be one proud mommy!
    I think its pretty cool that you make all these Swiss-French dishes for your family! The raclette looks very interesting (and yummy).

  • Pumpkin November 16, 2008, 8:40 pm

    Thanks everyone!
    We did have a lot of birthdays over the past month. Sweet Bear’s birthday is at the end of October and then Angel Girl’s and Petite Clown’s birthdays are close to the middle of November with only two days between their birthdays.
    My son’s birthday is kinda in the middle of Vilay’s and mine with Vilay’s at the beginning of June, Boy Blue’s at the end of June and mine in the middle of July. So, we are good until the summer!

    Katie,
    Raclette is one of our favorite dishes. If you ever get a chance to have it or make it yourself – DO! You will want to eat it again and again. We don’t really do it the traditional Swiss way but we cut up fresh green, red and yellow peppers as a side dish along with lardon, mushrooms and onions. Next time I make it I am going to do it the traditional way.

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