Saturday, March 19, 2011

St. Patrick's Day

We started with green pancakes in the attempted shape of a clover. That didn't really work out. They looked gross, but there are only a handful of ways my boys won't eat pancakes and green and misshape is apparently not one of them. 

I dyed Tommy's milk green which nearly made Josh lose his disformed green pancakes. Fortunately Josh left for work and didn't see the green lunch creations. 

But for dinner, we had a very green salad, green bean casserole and green chicken alfredo which didn't look as green as teal. 

I have to say, I was pretty proud of my celebration of this holiday since all I really wanted to do was make some ramen noodles and watch 24. So, go ahead, tell me that I'm wonder-mom. I'm listening.


  1. Look at you wonder mom! Awesome!

  2. You are a wonder mom, and I am not just saying that cause you forced me to :) To be honest, I am more proud of your boys for entertaining you all day and eating all that green food coloring...he he he. But I'll shut up now since I was in Vegas surrounded by weird drunkards instead of being with my kiddos, so you topped me easily!!

  3. You did a good job, wonder-mom!

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

  4. Awesome. My Mom used to do this every year on St Patrick's Day. It became one of our favorite holidays. We couldn't wait to see what she would come up with. Your dinner looks really yummy to me!!


Share |