Early last week B asked me if I remembered that March 2nd was Dr. Seuss' birthday.
My reply was, "Yes.", but in my head I was thinking, "Oh that is Friday. I had better get my rear in gear and plan some stuff."
I was glad that she remembered from last year.
Her only request was that we didn't make a hat pizza because she did NOT like it. Although, if I recall correctly, she ate it!
We made hat cookies out of oreos, red gummie life savers and icing...
Someone said they saw this on Pinterest and made them also, but I actually came up with the idea all by myself. I was pretty proud of my little invention. For once I was able to think of something on my own without the help of Pinterest!
Mel didn't really care to join in the fun this year. She definitely has a mind of her own most days. If she doesn't want to do it, you can't make her. So she ate all the life saver gummies that we didn't use.
Okay, maybe not all of them. I'm not that bad of a parent.;0)
I printed off some coloring pages from Apples 4 The Teacher...
Once again, Mel chose not to participate.
Instead she did this...
I printed Grinch masks from Apples 4 the Teacher also...
B made a hat in school...
On Wednesday, B decided that she would like a Cat in the Hat cake.
A cake decorater I am NOT so please don't judge!!!
B thought it was great and that's all that matters!
Brad told me that it was a good thing I didn't rely on my cake decorating skills for our income!
I'll just leave the cake decorating to my cousin Denise!
After supper we headed to The Burg and saw The Lorax...
It is a great movie for parents and kids with a great lesson.
It was a great day and I love that B looks forward to it every year.
Note-I realize that B is in mismatched PJs. We had some storms on Friday and, right as she walked off the bus, it started pouring. She was soaked! I told her to just put on her PJs and this is what she came up with! I did make her change before we went to the movies! We were lucky and didn't have any severe weather, but my thoughts are with the people in the southern part of the state.