Little Bluet (Houstonia caerulea) is a tiny native perennial who grows in lawns and other habitats throughout New England. The white or light blue flowers have yellow centers and are about 3/8" wide.
The wiry stems have paired, narrow leaves, and the small basal leaves have -- at least on the plants I checked -- distinctly hairy edges.
In spring, I've watched Eastern Pine Elfins nectar on Little Bluet flowers, and just this week, I witnessed Canada Goose goslings munching on clusters of plants.
As I boy, I remember picking small bundles of these wildflowers, which I'd place in narrow juice glasses and proudly present to my mother. In a similar gifting gesture, I offer you these images and words.