We had a good St. Patty's Day.
I like this holiday, because for us, it is just plain silly and light. It is a fun one!
The kids woke up and thought it was fun to see what our little leprechaun had been up to last night as they slept.
From the looks of things, he drove the Lego car around for a while, leaving behind gold dust.
He attempted to use Luke's snow skis to go off of his homemade jump.
He visited and cleverly escaped the house/trap Mary made for him. He did take time to fill out a little questionnaire Mary made. Apparently his name is Lucky, and he is 3 inches tall.
He placed backpacks in the fridge and the microwave, he hung boots from doors, he turned the milk green, and he put stools up on the table.
He also left some fun treats, Lucky Charms cereal, and stilly mustaches for the kids.
The green mustache tattoos were a huge hit! Little did I know that the kids would actually tattoo them on their faces, or that they would take the extras to school. I about died when I saw one kid after another getting off of the school bus with a green mustache tattoo above their upper lip!!!
We ended the day with our very first meal of corned beef and cabbage.
Happy day o' the green everyone!!!