Yesterday, somebody celebrated her first Easter. I'm not big on frilly dresses, so we kept it simple and added an oh-so-adorable bonnet.
Actually, Easter was expected to be a rainy, miserable day so we did most of our outdoor stuff on Saturday.
Dying eggs went well this year. No spills, no tears.
And lately, whatever Big Brother does, Baby Sister needs to do too.
Except Amelia decided to taste the sand and the whole thing was, as you can imagine, very upsetting.
The slide is fun, though.
Eggs successfully dyed.
I saw this incredibly cute idea for planting jelly beans on Easter Eve and having them 'grow' in to lollipops. Since I wasn't sure when the rain would start on Easter, we planted them in a cup of dirt and brought it inside. Actually, Will told me he wanted to just eat the jelly beans because he didn't want to grow a lollipop. Luckily I talked him into going along with it.
Will wasn't creeped out about the Easter Bunny coming like he was Santa. He just asked me a bunch of questions like, "How will he get in our house?" and "How does he see in the dark?"
So excited about his 'knock-li-ers' (binoculars).
And due to yuck weather, the Easter Bunny hid eggs in the house.
Amelia loved her Easter grass.
She also loved (LOVED!) this Cabbage Patch doll from Grandma.
It was a fun weekend of activities. So exhausting...
Taking a nap with his new Jake and the Neverland Pirates shoes.
We always enjoy our little family holidays.