Like Amy, we also celebrated Dr. Seuss. We love to get out our duplos and create a "Seuss-ville". This year's creation was lots of fun!
A few years ago we made a "cat-in-the-hat-pizza" and it has now become a tradition! So easy and so much fun!
And in honor of the Yink who likes to drink pink ink we had a little "pink ink" of our own--or perhaps it was just strawberry milk ;)
We ended the evening with a special treat of "red fish" a la One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. All of the boys thought that it was pretty special.
We capped the night with a reading of everyone's favorite Dr. Seuss books.
We included a new read this year, "The Boy on Fairfield Street". It is the story of how a boy named Ted became Dr. Seuss. It was really interesting to my 7-year-old but still a little long. The younger boys couldn't get into. I thought it was great! It was fun to learn more about this wonderful author and celebrate his work.