On several occasions the red plate makes an appearance on our dinning table. It all started a couple of years ago roughly ten years
hmmm might not count as couple years but anyways… My mum introduced the red plate tradition to the family after listening to a particular podcast on Focus on the family.
The Red Plate acknowledges a family member’s special victories.💃🏾🎉🎈🎂💐. You are eligible to eat on the red plate when its your Birthday 🎂, when you passed your exams, got a promotion at work, made Professor Associate, published a journal article, good behaviour*for the wee ones 🙂*, acceptance letters from Universities, graduation🎓, Mothers day & Fathers day, completing a tedious task and the list goes on and on.
The Red plate is a special item in our home that’s generated family traditions 👨👩👧👦. Red plate meals are not only a celebration for me but also a visible expression of love, support and encouragement. It makes the red plate user feel a little extra special. I think it is one of the coolest family traditions. As I grow older I realise the importance of family dinners. Just bonding time at the dinner table… with my sister chatting more than she eats *haha I love you!!*
Cheers to celebrating many more red plate dinners with our loved ones.🎈🎊🎉🎁🎉🎊🎈
Is there anyone else that has a Red plate tradition or would like to introduce it to his or her family special times?
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