… and Happy Easter!
Today was a big day! I normally leave little piles of presents on the table for the kids on their birthday, and the Easter bunny leaves their baskets on the table, so we had quite a full table this morning.
Easter morning. They started with the Easter baskets. And the chocolate.
Then she moved on to birthday presents.
Because it was her birthday, Lex agreed to read her new book out loud at breakfast. She loves when Lex reads to her.
Stylish little girl with her headband on backwards. :)
Ring pops at 7am? Why not!? Thanks Aunt Rosy!
After plenty of candy and a few chores we began the first of many Easter egg hunts for the day. I think we did six Easter egg hunts today!
This was the third hunt, where the boys did the hiding and the girls did the seeking.
Alan hid them high up!
I got Eve a Jr. Scientist kit because she’s always telling people that she’s a scientist. She was pretty excited about it.
Eve helped me put the finishing touches on her birthday cake.
Eve waiting for Lex to hid the eggs outside. Not to complain about the weather, but 55° isn’t very warm if there’s no sun and lots of wind!
I love this girl!
We all had fun with ‘Fraidy Egg :)
While looking for eggs, Eve and I discovered a little bit of spring!!!
We came back inside to warm up and play some more. More company came and we began the official family party. :)
Lex got a 3D puzzle in his Easter basket this morning. It was a group effort, but we got it done. Lex put the final two pieces in and then ran around bragging like he solved the whole puzzle. :)
Time for presents!
Minnie Mouse love.
All decked out in jewels from Aunt Mandy. Eve wanted pizza for dinner, but due to the holiday none of the delivery places were open. Fortunately Mema thought of this ahead of time and bought frozen pizza from KAF. It was ok, but not as good as the fresh stuff.
An Easter basket cake
An Easter basket birthday cake!
Eve, a very happy six year old!
Aunt Katie gave Eve a big drawing pad and new markers. Eve promptly drew a picture of Katie on a horse. Then she wrote, “Dear Kadey. I love you. Love ges hoo.”