We celebrated St. Patty's Day
a little early this year so that
Caleb and Aaron's Houston
guest, Sophia, could attend.
|You can never have enough green on this special holiday.|
|Gift Bags to take all the goodies home|
|Ducca doesn't often get to be in the pictures|
because he is the official photographer.
|Reading clues to the Treasure Hunt.|
It was fun having little readers this year
to be able to read their own clues.
|We did several crafts including decorating|
their own bejeweled shamrocks.
The Rainbow Loom necklaces
and bracelets were what the Treasure
Hunt were all about.
|Our two guests, Sophia and Anna Kate|
soon became good friends.
It was fun having little girls in the mix
this year. In future years,
Cora will join her boy cousins
providing the feminine touch.
|David was the only one who wore his St. Patty's|
Bowler all night long. Hope his parents
were able to get the glitter out of his
hair before church the next morning.
|We had lots and lots of GREEN food, both the healthy|
and the not so healthy variety.
In the "healthy" section were Fruit Loops
and Lucky Charms. One of the kiddos said
"Is this healthy?" Smart kids.
|They created Wooden spoon Leprechauns.|
You have to love Pinterest when
|David Boy is all decked out!|
Don't let the Christmas shirt
fool you. It's green and very
St. Patrick's Day worthy.
When we were all discussing
our favorite holidays,
David said, "St. Patrick's Day!"
|Our Houston Guest|
Sophia (not Sophie) Boudra.
We've known this little
girl since before she was
born and loved having her at
our grandchildren party.
|Anna Kate lives just next door|
and is often a visitor at our house
when the grandchildren are here.
She was a fun girly addition to the party.