St. Patrick’s Day Traditions: Leprechaun Footprints
In 2011 we had a leprechaun visit our house for the first time. We woke up to find that he had left green leprechaun footprints all over our kitchen and laundry room, he’d turned the toilet water green, and made our milk turn green in the glass! The following year on St. Patrick’s Day I had a one month old baby and I’d ask Santa Claus (head of all legendary figures) to please keep the leprechauns away. Last year the leprechaun was back to his old tricks again!
The leprechaun entered magically through the back door and then made his way into the laundry room where he hopped from the floor, to the washer, to the dryer, to the toilet, to the floor again, to the sink, and back out into the kitchen. Did you know that leprechauns hop? Well, they do. In fact they can jump really high straight up into the air making it easier for them to get into mischief.
When he left the laundry room the leprechaun hopped onto the highchair and over to the table where he must’ve dropped some gold coins out of his pockets while running in circles. Next he hopped down to the floor and onto the wall!
The leprechaun’s next stop was the playroom.
When the leprechaun visited 2 years ago I was stuck cleaning up the mess. The good thing about a 3.5 year old is that they think cleaning leprechaun footprints is fun, so I gladly let Adaline do all of the scrubbing It wipes up as easy as Crayola washable fingerpaint!😉
Has a Leprechaun ever visited your house?
Let me know in the comments!
Posted on February 12, 2014, in Footprints, Holidays, Legendary Figures, Leprechauns, St. Patrick's Day, Traditions and tagged footprints, Holidays, Leprechauns, St. Patrick's Day, Traditions. Bookmark the permalink. 32 Comments.