St. Patrick’s Day

wp-15845090216958360990222004624962.jpgI am the cheesy Mom that is always trying to make things fun and exciting for the babes, especially holidays. St. Patrick’s day is no exception, even with a pandemic happening all around us. We started the day by reading The Itsy Bitsy Leprechaun by Jeffrey Burton.

Mom's lucky charm

But is it even a holiday if Mom doesn’t dress you in something festive?! Bobby geared up in a Mommy’s lucky charm, hand-me-down tee from Old Navy, distressed jeans, and checkered sneakers. Betty chose a sparkly monogram tee, velvet green bummies & matching bow (don’t forget to use code Betty when shopping their site) and Black dragon scale T-straps

It was a perfect 77 degrees with lots of sunshine so naturally, we headed outside to hunt for leprechauns and hopefully find some gold or a four leaf clover. Although our efforts were unsuccessful it was a good time filled with lots of giggles.

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All that running around wore us out and after about an hour we headed inside for nap. My little lad & lassy woke up fully rested and ready for more fun. We went straight to the kitchen and made rainbow cupcakes, added some sprinkles, and then took them to the pool to enjoy in the sun. After lounging for a bit we thought the best way to finish our St. Patrick’s day fun was by chasing bubbles until Dad got home from work.wp-1584509058936898096283559414925.jpg

We are already homebodies so the social distancing hasn’t put too much change in our routine. Normally on beautiful days we would run around the zoo, park, or meet up with friends. Due to Betty & I having a cough plus sneezing (no fevers thank goodness) we decided it would be best if we did all the fun things here at home on our own. Even without the threat of a world wide virus, we intentionally stay away from other people when feeling icky.  Holidays are really only as fun as you want them to be. Although it wasn’t a fancy or grand celebration, we had a total blast.wp-15845090887094859583656221857568.jpg

 

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