Today’s art by our st patrick’s day group is a special treat for my two year old. I have always loved the idea of a baby being able to paint a picture. My son’s art this year is all about the colors and shapes, so much so that there’s a great little book that he’s working on to help him with that.
I’m an artist by trade, so why can’t our little one do this? Well, as we both know, theres no way our son can draw in a straight line. He does better with a circular shape, or at least I think that’s just a general rule. But theres a lot of stuff to figure out, and I think it’s going to be a great year for our baby.
While we can get a little excited about his art, the real thing that’s important is the way that he’s growing up. He’s very well-prepared physically and mentally. He’s still a baby, but he’s becoming more independent, more active, and more responsible. And in that sense, I’m excited for him as well.
I think our child will be a very unique and special artist. He is the most technically-savvy, intelligent, and artistic person that we’ve ever met, and he has a lot to give. To be quite honest, Im more excited about his art than my own. It’s all very carefully thought-out, and I think Im just going to love it. It will be an incredibly special time with my son.
We know that St. Patrick’s Day is for a reason, just like its cousin St. Patricks Day, St. Patrick’s Day is also for making a difference.
St Patricks Day is a day when we celebrate the birth of Jesus, and is celebrated in many churches around the world. It is a day when we give our children the gift of Jesus, and make a difference in the world. To me, this is the biggest reason for celebrating St. Patrick’s Day.
St. Patricks Day can be about a hundred different things, but the most memorable ones are definitely the birth of Jesus. The reason for that is because St. Patrick, as the patron saint of Ireland, is involved and has a lot of influence with the Christian community. St. Patrick is a saint who was born in the year 431, and he is credited with having brought about the spread of Christianity all across Ireland. So it is perfectly fitting that St.
Patricks Day, also known as St. Patrick’s Day or the Feast of St. Patrick, is an annual holiday on November 11, the feast day of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
St. Patrick is also the patron saint of Ireland’s capital city, Dublin, which is why the city’s St. Patrick’s Day parade has always been on the weekend nearest to November 11. St. Patrick’s Day also happens to coincide with the day the Irish are supposed to die, but I’m sure the real reason is that St. Patrick was born in the year 595.
The story of St. Patrick and his life as a priest and missionary is one of the best read stories ever written and it seems to go back at least to the 6th century. It is the story of a devout and devoted man who went to Ireland to live a life of devotion, serving the people and helping to spread the word about the good news and the true faith. He died a martyr of the faith.