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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Our Easter in Pictures

The Night Before Easter - treats for the Easter Bunny.  Carrots, Radishes, Strawberries and, yes, that is a yogurt pop.
This is just a little photo recap of our Easter festivities.  I'm not as good as I used to be at having my big camera with me at all times anymore.  Now that Emma is a full fledged kid, I feel that it takes me away from being in the moment more than it adds to it.  So, while we had 5 Easter Egg Hunts (and two birthday parties!) starting Thursday thru Easter evening, I only captured a couple of moments from the entire weekend.  And of course,  none of our family all decked out for Church or brunch.  Not even an iphone pic.  I do need to be better about that in the future.  

These photos are more for my memories than anything, so thanks for indulging me - I see this blog as a chronicle of our life and while most of them are posts about our home, recipes, products, etc. are mostly for you, these little snippets our real life are what keep me coming back : )  Enjoy.

 So giddy and wound up ready for the Easter Bunny!




Egg Hunt at Mimi's!











Egg Hunt at Aunt Phyllis's House





Great Grandma Ethel Mae giving Emma lemonade and chips - she knows the way to her heart!

2 comments:

  1. The yogurt pop cracked me up! Love that you guys leave carrots out for the Easter bunny :)

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  2. Such a cute idea leaving bunny food out for the Easter bunny! We'll have to do that next year when my little one is old enough to care what's going on. He's 3 months old now, so this year was just us dressing him up. :)

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