Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Happy St. Patrick's Day

We had a good time over the last few weeks celebrating St. Patrick's Day.   A leprechaun visited Mia's classroom at preschool and since then she has been on the lookout for leprechauns.  

She even wrote the leprechaun a letter asking him to come visit our house.

Kayla wrote one too.  And their letters worked because a leprechaun did visit our house during nap and night times.  He was sneaky, turning pictures upsidedown, but also sweet, and left some treats and notes in his path.

After nap on St. Patrick's Day the girls got to mix their own green milk and enjoy a rainbow snack with a hidden pot of gold inside. of my favorite sights is them celebrating and creating.

In early March we celebrated the 11th annual St. Durham's Day at the Andrews' house and then in Philadelphia with over 30 of our favorite leprechauns.

And a look back at our little leprehchauns...


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