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Monday, 17 March 2014

Happy St Patrick's Day!

Not sure if you know but the hub is Irish. So therefore the sprogs are half Irish. This year we decided to hit the huge Brum St Patrick's Day parade. It was a beaut day with lots of hilarious outfits and general jolly bods all around. I took loads of piccys and below are some of the best ones. 

I thought it may be nice for you to have a little look at them whilst having a Guinness and listening to the Corrs or something. The majority were took at a family friendly alcohol free zone on the day in the Custard Factory. Birmingham is wicked you know. It gets a raw deal but it really is vibrant. In this area there are loads of little vintage shops and caf├ęs. It has a great atmosphere, and to be honest I adore bunting so much and that alone makes me happy. 

So here is our Sr Patrick's Day! Enjoy and have a fab one too...














    













28 comments:

  1. Looks like a really cute place and how adorable are your little ones! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  2. Some of my friends were there - looks like a lot of fun #magicmoments

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    1. It was great but proper crazy busy! xxx

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  3. What a fabulous way to celebrate St Patty's day. Happy St Patricks Day to you and your adorable family. Lovely pictures btw ! #magicmoments

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    1. Thanks! Piccys of cakes are always good in my eyes xxx

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  4. Fabulous photos. Looks like a great day! #whatsthestory

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  5. Good for you guys. I am Irish and felt duty bound to whip up some potato cakes for dinner this evening. Except they tasted grim and totally smoked out the kitchen. A parade and Guinness sounds much more fun! Great post.

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    1. Oh my hub bloody loves potato cakes. We do just get ours from asda mind! xxx

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  6. Aww x fabulous costume and amazing weather! You must have had the luck of the Irish there... *snorts at own hilarity* lol xx

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  7. What a lovely day out for you all, full of plenty of fun and cheer for St Patrick's Day #MagicMoments

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    1. Thanks for linking to Country Kids too, great to support your own history. My kids are 1/4 Greek and we love to get involved with the big Greek events too.

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  8. Awesome pictures and fab weather for the day! Your little girl looks well cheeky in all her poses! #whatsthestory

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  9. How awesome! This looks like the best day out ever. So lovely and sunny too, bet it was great fun. Love the photos, especially that last one #whatsthestory

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  10. I didn't realise Birmingham did a St Patricks Day parade - that looks amazing! Thank you for linking to Magic Moments x

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    1. Oh yes! There's stacks of Irish people here. The midlands I think attracted a lot of immigrants back in the day as it is Central. Thank goodness or I might never have met the hub! xxx

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  11. I love the bright pink coloured building, and the last picture is a very confident posing young lady. I love the idea of it being an alcohol free area, much more family friendly. (over from country kids)

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    1. Yes it was good to have a booze free zone as people had been drinking since midday so you can imagine what that was like! xxx

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  12. Your little lady looks fabulous and really in the spirit looks like a fabulous day was had! xx

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  13. It is really fun to go out and celebrate with the whole town. The air is really different when there are people who gather to party and be merry. And you look like you had so much fun here =) #contrykids

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