I am always excited for St. Patrick's Day, you know because it's my anniversary and all but this year I was SUPER excited for it because it's my anniversary AND Owen is at the best age for holidays. He is totally starting to get it. When we woke up this year, we went on a little hunt for treasure.
If you're wondering, yes, Owen is wearing winter pajamas when it is 85 degrees outside. This kid loves his footie pajamas.
I mentioned a few posts ago that a small group of us get together for a craft day once a month and this month was our turn to host.
Even though it was a few days after St. Patrick's Day, I stayed with the theme. I figured the kids wouldn't care and since my friends are pretty legit, they wouldn't care either. We made some St. Patrick's hats:
Ate some green cupcakes:
And because I'm a little lazy and wanted to keep things simple, I just used the same leprachaun gold hunt that I had made for Owen on St. Patrick's Day.
Is it sad that their treasure was kept in an old tuperware bowl instead of a black pot? I'm such a disappointment sometimes.
After the hunt was everyone's favorite part. The ladies talk:
While the kids do this:
Oh yeah, and thanks to my wonderful husband of five years, for working in the other room throughout this whole craft day. While the kids were playing loudly and the mothers were talking even more loudly, he was in his office making money so we could host another one of these in a few months.
Didn't I tell you he was perfect?