Thursday, December 03, 2009






Charlotte's First Festival Tree
"Fly Away Home"

10 comments:

Becky said...

WOW! Beautiful Erin...as are you. This made me cry.

LindsayAndrew said...

I love that quote! Very fitting! The tree (and you) look beautiful! I can't wait to see it!!

Tukuafu's said...

What a beautiful tree! Can't wait to see it! Loves!!

Mrs. Langeland said...

I went to the festival yesterday, and all I can say is these pictures do not do your tree justice. You are truely an artist. It was SO beautiful!! It may have been my favorite tree at the entire festival. Well done!

Amanda said...

It's beautiful!!! I can't wait to see it in person.

Jessica said...

I love it! So beautiful!! Where did you find all of the beautiful butterflies? We don't usually decorate a tree for the house, but we are considering it this year just for our Eva, who is our beautiful butterfly.
I am so happy you raised so much money for a great cause. Great job! I know Charlotte is very proud.

Shannon said...

YAY! It turned out so beautiful! The Butterfly theme was so perfect for Boof. You are amazing.

Susie said...

I hope that everyone who looks at it throughout the holiday season is as touched by it as I have been. . . but then you'd need to have beautiful golden tissues dispensed from the branches. . .

Heather said...

I clicked over from Lacey and found you and your beautiful family and most especially your beautiful Charlotte.I poured over past blog entries and photos of your beautiful butterfly.What a magnificent gift her life and your sharing of her is.

Her tree is gorgeous.Much like her.So wish I lived near by ... I would have snatched it up in a second.

Just wanted to pop on say hello and thank you for so unselfishly sharing your journey,the immeasurable joys as well as the unspeakable heartaches.Your love for Charlotte and the gift of her absolute perfect life, shines with crystal clarity through your writing.

Your butterfly is surely proud of you.

Anonymous said...

Erin,
I was so excited to see Charlotte's tree. I was working in the Kid's Corner and had a few minutes before I started work. I believe I was led to the tree because I had walked down the isle and been prompted to go back and to look on the north side. How happy and greatful I am to have been blessed by having Charlotte in my preschool class.
Anne