I don't really see the point of St. Patrick's day other than another of our nation's days to get completely smashed, but the kid's love the green day and have been planning what they will wear to church on the 17th (I wonder what the pastor will wear). We have a good old fashioned potluck after church and I thought it'd be fun to go with the theme of the day.
I love pistachio. Pistachio is green. Pistachio cupcakes + pistachio frosting = pistachio perfection.
To offset the GREEN all over, I added some sparkly purple sugar. I'm pretty happy with color combo. I'll have to do it again.
Happy St. Patty's Day! Eat green cupcakes instead of drinking green beer, though neither is terribly healthy.
My younger daughter can't seem to remember what foods she likes.
Monday and Tuesday she begs for orange juice for breakfast. By Friday, "I don't like orange juice!" exclaimed with big crocodile tears and with her most feel-sorry-for-me voice.
"I want water," sniff. I suppose that water is much better for her than orange juice, but it drives me nuts when she can't seem to make up her mind until after I pour a glass for her.
Last Wednesday she loved spaghetti; a week later she doesn't like the same sauce. Tacos? Don't get me started.
If you have more than one child, I know you have one just like her.
My very innovative sister mentioned in passing that she felt like making a list for her very picky kid, so I decided it was a brilliant idea for my 4 year old. I just started the list this morning, so I'll add to the list when I think of more things. I decided to leave off her daily diet staples like Goldfish crackers and Lucky Charms (Yes, I did win health advocate of the year). And I hope the list turns into a book some day (ha ha), but for now, I'm just happy to have a few things that she can't argue about. At the very least, instead of "I don't like that," I'll teach her to say, "I'm not in the mood."