This year we really kicked it up for St. Patrick's Day. I made corned beef and cabbage, and thanks to Publix we had Irish Soda Bread. This bread looks kind of scary but it's actually really sweet and good.
We also came home from the bus stop to find that a leprechaun had visited our house and made some serious mischief. He turned over chairs, dumped spices out of the lazy susan, etc. etc. Laura had a leprechaun visit her classroom as well. She thought maybe her teachers were really the leprechaun. But when she walked into our house, she said, "I guess they really are real! Wow!"
The girls got their bit o' green to wear from Kymmie, who crocheted them shamrock headbands.
But look! What's this? Another leprechaun mess? Destroying a BRAND NEW box of crackers?
Or could it be a mouse? One who systematically puts its tiny teeth into the plastic and rips and pulls until it explodes? Or maybe a vampire? A really HOT vampire?
No such luck! It's this little mischief maker right here! Jack, who knows right where we keep the food and loves to tear through plastic bags to get to it. Isn't that suuuuper fantastic???
(like the onesie? Charlene guided me through making it! It looked so cute on him, then he pooped on it so now it's in the wash. Of course I probably did not need to include that juicy little morsel of info, but oh well! Publish Post!)