How Irish are you on St. Patrick’s Day?@BtrVacationRent: Irish soda bread, spicy corned beef, cabbage, spuds, carrots, Irish music
@thisenvy: I wear green out of US tradition and to let people know I AM Irish…I have some green and white striped knee socks@CindyRichards: Usually Irish enough to drink green beer. Lots of green beer. But not Guiness. I’m not quite that Irish.
Where have you traveled for St. Patrick’s Day?@BtrVacationRent: Didn’t need to go anywhere having lived near Boston & Chicago
@kimorlando: I will travel right after St. Pat’s to West Palm
Where would you like to travel for St. Patrick’s Day?@thisenvy: Who wouldn’t want to visit Ireland for St. Patrick’s Day at least once? That would be amazing.
@Unkatchable73: I’d actually like to check out Boston or Chicago for St. Patty’s Day.@BtrVacationRent: Absolutely nowhere- San Diego is gorgeous and I’m pooped.
What’s your favorite St. Patrick’s Day food?@CindyRichards: That’s easy. Just had it at MILs: mmmm…corned beef, cabbage and potatoes
@StillCharmed: Potato Rolls@Mom4Always: Spicy corn beef and spuds.
What’s the best way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
@BtrVacationRent: At home with family or at bunco with the girls. The younger me loved Chicago bar hopping.@Rocker_Mama: Go to an Irish festival.
@AidensCross: Run around pinching everyone!
@ChaoticKarma23: Watch kid-friendly movies with an Irish theme (Luck of the Irish is a good one)@thisenvy: Art projects and baking. Green and shamrock related, of course.
@Mom4Always: Whole family wears green and eats Irish food.@twokidsandamap: Rainbow cupcakes, wear green, read books about St. Patrick’s Day
@DebMomof3: My girls make a leprechaun trap. Haven’t caught one yet. But they keep trying.