Sunday, March 25, 2012

Being Irish.

This post is belated, but I couldn't let one of our most celebrated family holidays go undocumented.  Here are a few of the highlights...

I find myself subconciously dressing the boys in orange and green throughout the month of March.  This is just a random day.  Sullivan chewing on the shamrock teether he got for Christmas.
I invited some of my fellow BMA members to decorate t-shirts for the Brookside "Warm-Up" parade. We had a great time making shirts (and bibs!) for our littles.

Yay!  Playgroup at our house!

St. Pat's theme for our play group this week!

- March 10th Snake Saturday - Brookside Parade -
Sullivan wearing his new bib proudly.  Ready to strut his stuff in the parade!
Bein' cute.
Waiting so patiently.

 Snake Saturday post-parade party at the Weirs.

Sunday, March 11th : Corned Beef & Cabbage dinner at the Murray's. 
Nora and Max liked the Irish flag cake the best.
Stuffed potatoes.

March 17th :  Traditional St. Patrick's Day Breakfast at Quigley's.

One year ago on this very day we found out we were having a baby boy.  And here's that same little stinker a year later.  I will never forget how proud you were to show off your boy parts at the sonogram :)  And how excited we were to be getting another sweet boy!

Irish music does something to this guy.
Another Murray breakfast in the books.

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