Monday, March 3, 2014

Preschool Mardi Gras


Grandson Walker DePlank, swashbuckling pirate captain

Our Louisiana grandchildren and parents are busy celebrating Mardi Gras season.

Daughter-in-law Katie sent photos she took of three-year-old Walker’s entry in his preschool’s Mardi Gras parade Friday. Walker was Captain Walker DePlank, complete with sailing ship, spyglass, buccaneer attire, and a potentially lethal pun for his name.



Ahoy, matey!


Walker’s parents turned the kids’ little red wagon into a pirate ship. Katie made the sail. She called to alert me that photos were on the way. She also praised our son Jeremy’s shipbuilding prowess. She knew I would be an appreciative audience for both bits of information.

Capt Walker DePlank and his dad

Jeremy was especially pleased with the moniker he chose for his little pirate.

Walker was one happy pirate.

I was happy, too. I’m addicted to puns . . . and grandkids.

Happy Mardi Gras tomorrow!


9 comments:

Sandra said...

that is one handsome pirate and what a ship... very creative parents and what fun

edshunnybunny said...

How creative! I love the ship, and the pirate riding in the ship is too cute for words :)

gigihawaii said...

What a clever pun.
Looks like a fun time for all.

Gail Dixon said...

How cute!! Yes, we are in full carnival swing right now. A fun time for all. :)

photowannabe said...

Oh my, that is so very clever. I love the pun.

Great idea on using the wagon too, very simple but certainly does the job.

You have such cute Grands Linda.
Mine are all growing up too fast. From 12yrs. to 19.
Where does the time go??

schmidleysscribblins.com said...

All Walker needs now is one of my parrots on his shoulder!

Arkansas Patti said...

Now that is really clever. What a fertile mind. It helps having an adorable captain.

Mage said...

Just marvelous stuff. Cute and clever indeed.

Freda said...

Lovely photos and thanks to you I googled Mardi Gras and discovered it is akin to our Shrove Tuesday ie before Ash Wednesday.
Blessings from Dalamory
www.freda.org.uk