This got me to thinking about leprechauns. My friend Wendy knows a leprechaun named Lucky that manages to sneak into her house every year on St. Patrick's Day and causes some mischief. You know, turn furniture up side down, hang underwear from ceiling fans, leaves green "L's" on her kids foreheads, leaves green pee on the toilet seat; I know I must be forgetting a few things, but you get the point right? Well, each of my children has a certain amount of Irish in them. In fact I am the lone soul without any Irish heritage in the house. Honestly, I look at these photos and I see leprechauns. Yes, they are in their night clothes, if that is what you are asking. It was only 11:00 AM and a lovely 60 F. Some were serving snow as lunch, some were trying to kill "mosquitoes" with a snow shovel and others just in it for the adventure.
Do you have leprechauns? Or is this an isolated case?
Those sneaky leprechauns, they get everywhere.
As mine is about an eigth Irish I feel most of the year that enough mischief is happening in the house in any event. Love the pictures. And I hate to fly when I am sick - ears! Good luck girl.
I love the Santa hat on St. Patty's day! Cracked me up.
Leprechauns, no. Green pee on the toilet seat.....maybe. I have one naughty tot but consider some of her naughtiness creative. Just like your middle girl. They're always after me lucky charms!
Wait. Where do you live? What on earth are your children doing in short sleeves? Spring has come early everywhere. I never did get my snow ...
Love the leprechauns causing mischief! I have three myself...oh wait, they're just my kids. :)
Funny kids! We don't have Leprechauns . . . yet.
Yah, if you didn't catch some little leprachauns in your back yard then I don't know who did. Very cute.
They are so funny. I'm sure your life is just a barrel of laughs!
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