It was a busy, busy weekend for us- it reminded me of our weekends before we had kids when we just packed it all in. We had 2 birthday celebrations, brunch and more.
Friday started out with a work of Saint Patrick’s day party. We play the game with lucky charms and sadly I did not win.
Fridays during Lent mean no meat. B was originally going to make some veggie tacos, but we didn’t have any of the ingredients (whoops!) so we ordered takeout. Sushi is pretty much my favorite.
Saturday morning I had either a 5k on the schedule or 7 miles – I opted to do 7 miles and I’m glad I did. It was hard – I haven’t run that much since before LM was born and more than a year ago, but I was happy to have finished it.
Saturday afternoon, we celebrated B’s mom’s birthday. We started with some fun at an escape room.
And then, it was off to shuffleboard.
FW had fun hanging out with his cousins.
FW had fun until he took a spill. He split his lip in a few places and it was a little traumatic for all involved.
Sunday morning started with St. Patrick’s Day brunch! B invited over some friends for some traditional Irish food.
This meant eggs, soda bread, potatoes and lots of meats.
FW had fun playing with Celia.
That afternoon, FW had a birthday party to go to. He and LM were celebrating Clara’s 3rd birthday.
FW had a blast running and jumping around in the gym.
As did LM 🙂
Sunday night, we didn’t have dinner at B’s parents’ house since we had spent half the day with them Saturday. So, we did some meal prep and even made meatballs and sauce – FW was a great helper!
It was a fun but busy weekend – I’m glad we did so much but I’m also hopeful to relax a bit next weekend!
Some questions for you:
- Are you a Lucky Charms fan?
- Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
2 thoughts on “A weekend of celebrations”
Irish Soda Bread is my way of celebrating as well as mini black and white cookies which for St Patrick’s is green and white.
I LOVE black and white cookies! That seems like the best way to celebrate.