Whether you were eating bunny cake or matzoh with cream cheese, I hope your holiday was a great one. Ours was fantastic! Andy's family came in last week to stay with us until Easter. My family came in for Easter Sunday dinner and visited all day long.
It was a merging of loved ones and colorful underwear hats (Abby).
Easter is the kids' favorite holiday so far due to the massive egg hunt awaiting them both inside and out.
Easter Bunny upped the ante this year and hid silver dollars in some of the Easter eggs (thank you, Aunt Jen) instead of boring old jelly beans (thank you, boring old me).
Andy and I were a little concerned the kids would grow up believing Easter was only about hidden eggs and Easter baskets so we thought we'd educate them about the Holiness of the holiday. Through YouTube. Yeah. You can probably already guess how that turned out. Even the cartoons are rather intense and there's virtually no way to sugar coat a crucifixion. Grayson was riveted. Abby asked for The Smurfs.
I'm thinking we need Sunday school.
Since I am still recovering from many days of visiting with relatives and having more free time than the usual eight hours a week, I am only good for a picture slide show today.
I'll do my best to at least caption.
Happy Spring, All!
The face of a boy who loves himself some Easter.
Sisters from Other Misters
How Many Can You See?
Grilled lemonheads, anyone?
Larger and Biologically Incorrect (hour later) Bunny Prints
DIY Easter Decorations. Yes, from Pinterest. How did you know?
Easter Basket Loot
Our Buckets Runneth Over