Here is our blueberry cheesecake - the white of the filling symbolizing Mary's purity, and the blueberries since blue is her traditional color. I used half of the blueberries that the recipe called for ('cause I'm stingy with our home-grown blueberries which we still have in the freezer!) but forgot and used the full amount of the other topping ingredients, so it's a little... goopey on top.
Caroline and Cecilia took turns lighting a candle as we said each of the ten Hail Mary's in one decade of the rosary. Then we sang "Happy Birthday" to Mary and the girls blew out the candles - they think this is so fun, and it brings meaning to children for a feast day with a name using words like "Nativity."