St. Patrick’s Day
There’s a huge correlation between the intensity of my workouts and what I wear. I just don’t put in as much effort when I’m wearing baggy ts and sweats, but when I’m dressed the part with clothes that actually show off my figure, that I’ve worked *really* hard for, then
Emeraldalicious I love when good things come together in order to make something great. Pinkalicious is a pretty well-known character in our family. My 5 year old loves everything pink, frilly, flowy and princessy. That being said, she can relate pretty well to these books. When Pinkalicious combined with St.
I have a fraction of Irish blood in me so I always feel like I should celebrate St Patricks day in some small way. I have never been one to partake in an all day pub crawl, wear a crazy leprechaun hat or drink green coffee (Starbucks – you have alot to answer
Since it is officially March, I can share my favorite new St. Patrick’s Day festivity–the Leprechaun Treasure Hunt! This is a super fun activity for kids of all ages. You could do this for your students at school or for your kids at home. I found this on The Crafty
Holidays are always a fun time to get creative with your kids. St. Patrick’s Day is actually one of my favorites, despite its possible not kid-friendly trends. Counter to what some may think, there is actually a reason behind the alcohol-guzzling tradition that is so commonly attributed to St. Patrick’s
…find a pot of gold! For St. Patrick’s Day this year, we’re making little rainbow pudding cups to enjoy the day in a faux-sugary way. I found this awesome recipe Via: Craft: and was smitten. My daughter isn’t too keen on the tiny trickster leprechaun, and I can’t really blame