If you visited a few days ago, you may recall the Leprechaun Trap project my son did for school. (If you didn't read it, go here.)
Well, yesterday was the big day to take it to school and give a presentation. Unfortunately, there was a small problem. It fell apart during transportation.
"Just put it back together when you get to school. You'll be fine," I said.
I emailed the teacher a couple of pictures of the finished product to help with the reassembly. She thanked me, and I thought no more about it.
When the boy got off the school bus that afternoon, he had a bag of Legos in his hand.
"Did you give your presentation?" I asked.
He shook his head. "No. One of the parts is missing. The one that holds up the pulley system. I have to figure something else out and take it to school tomorrow."
"It probably just fell out of the bag and landed on the floor."
"No, Mama. Someone took it."
"Who would've taken it?" I asked.
Of course. Those tricky Leprechauns!