My heart is really full. I think I realized this week that I get ridiculously excited about Easter. Which is not anything news worthy…because honestly I love me any holiday where eating or crafts or decorating is involved. In fact, I vote that full moon nights be declared national holidays too…just so that there can be more food in my mouth, glue on my fingers and moon-shaped decor in the dollar spot at Target. Who’s with me?!
There’s not much to say here…this is our Easter photo recap. It’s self explanatory. Lots of Will-with-his-tongue-out and cuteness from my little munchkin.
I’m obsessed with this kid. He is exactly what I need. He is such a little bundle of joy and I want a million more little ones just like him. Seriously. He makes me want ten more babies. Which is ironic since he’s a bunny here…
Will was completely serious. I was dying. And I love how my little Tiger is such an agressive little guy until he starts holding his brother. melt. my.ovaries. down.
This year’s Easter baskets! What did you get your kids?
Weston got one of those soothing seahorses, a giraffe, a crabby rattle, a rubber ducky for the tub and a clear piggy bank )along with his ears). Will got a big brother tshirt, bubble bath, easter stickers, a bunny Pez dispenser, hot wheels, an alphabet puzzle, a trucks puzzle, a Thomas video, a butterfly net and candy. I may or may not have consumed the candy.
Oh and yes I did the man basket again for Jer. I can’t help it. Gift baskets are way easier than birthday presents or Christmas gifts.
Our most current family photo…I’m kinda obsessed with Weston’s drooling face in this.
So our easter celebration actually started on Thursday – we went to a Maundy Thursday dinner (a first for us since usually we just have a Seder), a flashlight easter egg hunt on Friday, a day of rest on Saturday (we cleaned the house a little but in general tackled no looming projects which was a huge relief), and on Sunday, we went to church, followed by a church egg hunt, then went to my mom’s for lunch and another egg hunt.
My mom had baskets for all the boys (Weston and my sister’s still-cookin’ baby).
Will’s basket had a new little outfit and some boots.
By the time we got to the third egg hunt of the week, he finally understood the point…
My parents…Will and Cole don’t realize how lucky they are. yet.
Soooo what did y’all do? Anything fun? Anything pinteresty? We did the numbered egg matching game and decorating cardboard eggs this year from Pinterest….anything else for future reference? Hope it was eggcelent 🙂 sorry. had to.