Sunday Show ‘n’ Tell #9 (March- Week 3)- Green Eggs, Lucky Charm Pancakes & More

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Sunday Show ‘n’ Tell #9 (March- Week 3)- Green Eggs, Lucky Charm Pancakes & More

Sunday Show 'n' Tell # 9

Hello Friends and Children of God,

Happy Sunday (or whatever today is) and blessings to you. I hope you had a blessed week and are ready for a new week of awesome adventures. I would love to share with you my best happy moments from last week. My favorite things seen, experienced, tasted, etc, and I’d love for you to share yours in my “March Sunday Show ‘n’ Tell” link-up that runs all month long. Hope you enjoy!

St. Patrick's Day Breakfast

For St. Patrick’s Day, I made Lucky Charms pancake for breakfast, using this “Top o’ the Mornin Lucky Charms Pancakes” recipe. Who wouldn’t love green pancakes with lucky charms marshmallows in them? I scrambled some green eggs (green food dye), stir fried some green bell peppers and mushrooms, and voila, an absolutely delicious St. Patrick’s day breakfast.

St. Patrick's Day Breakfast

My kids loved the pancakes!

St. Patrick's Day Breakfast 2

Inspired by top o the morning pancakes

Sticking with the same Lucky Charms theme, we also made Lucky Charm treats.

Lucky Charm Treats

I decided to let them form in a cupcake pan, so that I wouldn’t have to worry about cutting them later.

lucky charm treats-muffin tin

They were yummy!

Lucky Charm Treats 3

A Lego Masterpiece

After breakfast and morning devotions (on St. Patrick’s Day), we learned more about St. Patrick using this St. Patrick Critical Thinking Packet, really informative stuff. So I guess, the kids really had St. Patrick on the brain, when they created their Lego interpretation of him. He was wearing a Leprechaun outfit. Just kidding, kids!

Lego St. Patrick

Kitchen Adventures

This picture features the sweet hardworking hands of my eight year old daughter. Learning and growing in her cooking skills. She wanted to make us a fruit salad for breakfast.

Making a Fruit Salad

I whipped up some poached eggs and bacon to go with the salad. Love bacon, eat it only once a week though, as a special breakfast treat.

Fruit Salad Breakfast

Doesn’t it just look delicious!

Fruit Salad

fabulous hair

Check out my daughter’s two fabulous hairstyles this week. I did the first one, which she wore to church and a friend of mine did the second one. She is way better at parting straight lines than I am.

nice hair

nice hair 2

artistic fun

Yes, you guessed it, that is my daughter’s doll wearing a body paint (nail polish) swim suit. I got that really cool idea from here. I would love to tell you more about this and share some other interesting things I did with my daughter’s dolls in my post called “Look What I did With My daughter’s dolls.”

Painted Doll

Inspired by Dolls Nail Polish Swimsuits

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N.B- If you happened to have dropped by TGI Saturday’s Blog Hop this weekend and had problems linking up please accept my apology. I fixed the problem. So please feel free to try again. Have a blessed week.

TGI Saturdays

By |2017-02-22T13:18:48+00:00March 21st, 2015|Inspired by..., Sunday Show 'n' Tell Link-Up|6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. tasha March 24, 2015 at 1:22 pm - Reply

    The doll painting is quite genius, if I must say so myself. My two year old constantly takes the clothes off of her dolls then gets frustrated when she can’t get them back on neatly! Maybe I should put the clothes away and just paint some clothing on her dolls. Wonder how she would react to that? lol

    • Latisha Barker March 25, 2015 at 5:31 am - Reply

      Hi Tasha

      I wonder how she would react to that too. Two year old are unpredictable, but my eight year old loves it.

  2. Tiffany @ A Touch of Grace March 27, 2015 at 9:53 am - Reply

    What a fun breakfast! You have some lucky little ones! And I never would have thought to do nail polish on Barbie dolls! That’s really smart. Protect their dignity a bit. ;)

  3. Betsy @ BPhotoArt.com March 27, 2015 at 9:51 pm - Reply

    Love the hairstyles. My mom was always sad that I wouldn’t let her braid my hair when I was growing up. Not sure why…now that I look back!

    {Pinned and Visiting from #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup – hope to see you link up again!}

  4. Mindie March 29, 2015 at 7:45 pm - Reply

    You are such a fun mommy! Thanks you so much for sharing on the (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop. I look forward to seeing what you share this week!

  5. Kelly @ Mum-bo March 31, 2015 at 7:59 am - Reply

    Wow! The green eggs and pancakes look so good, I immediately thought of Dr Suess’ story – Green Eggs and Ham! A great way to get into the spirit of St Patrick’s Day. Thanks for linking up at Mum-bo Monday.

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