This year, he made a little stop on his way out and forgot to flush!
He also left a few little goodies on the table for the kids.
A couple of months ago when I made mini baked donuts, I put a bunch in the freezer. I thought they'd be perfect to break out for breakfast, along with our soda bread, of course! I was excited to find some frosting that was safe for everyone. They had a great time decorating AND eating them!
Then we got dressed in our GREEN! Konnor had to be bribed with a donut to even semi-cooperate. Everyone failed to tell me that the more children you have, the stronger willed they are! :-)
Kelton wore St Patrick's Day 2006.
For dinner that night, we had shepherd's pie. I aways make more than enough to put at least one in the freezer for later!
That was just for the kids though. Eric and I went to dinner at the same Carlos O'Kelly's we ate at after our wedding 5 yrs ago. I remember people asked us if we were going to prom!! LOL
We definitely do not look that young anymore!
Finally today, I got around to making corned beef and cabbage. I did it in the slow cooker and it worked out great. Believe it or not, this was my first time making it, but I was super happy with how it came out. Kelton, Eric and I loved it.
Katie and Konnor had corn dog muffins since I didn't feel safe with the vague ingredients listed on the corned beef package. Plus I cooked it in beer, which contains gluten.
Only 363 more days until The Wearing of the Green 2013. My mom thinks we need to go to St Louis. I totally agree!