Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy Saint Patrick s Day

Our St Patrick's Day started like all the others... Princess reading the scroll left on her bed from the Leprechaun.
It gives her the first hint in her Rainbow Hunt.

The first hint this year was ..Behind a pillow that is red..placed upon a Princess's bed.
The note placed there said go find the cup decorated with orange..
beneath which she found..within some yellow blooms right here in this room..The daffodils hid a note that to the sink
is a blue dish that holds neither food nor drink

Which told her to put her wee hand in the pocket of her Momma's
indigo jeans where she found her last clue..
Your prize will be found in a bag of violet
sitting upon the bed of a cat.
We took the prize (a craft set,nail polish and small bag of chocolate covered coconut jelly bellys)
and opened it up while we ate some Irish soda bread fresh out of the oven.
We hope you all had the Luck of the Irish with you today, or at least a wee bit of fun. ;-)
We sure did.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Goings on in our little corner of the Garden State

We've been busy so far this month...spring cleaning ...preparing for the gardening season..
Visiting with Baby X-man...

Princess and Peanut even had a day with Little Man.

We have been doing a lot of chillin' at home with the is Pumpkin
to the left of my computer is his favorite spot.And of course we've been doing a bit of baking as well... What have you been doing?

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Camp Katie Day March 2011

The girls played outside for a bit...

Then they decorated some shamrocks I cut out of green foam.

I am still finding glitter....;-).

Friday, March 4, 2011

A little more love in the world

My Peanut and Baby X man's Mom, had a little girl.

Isn't she lovely?

We have been waiting for her arrival

and can't wait for them to come home from

the hospital so we can spend time with them both. Baby Xman is anxious to "help" with his baby sister.He already loves her !!

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