We might all be suffering from this. Fatigue. Only FIVE more days, just FIVE more days.
Between the bouts of fatigue we celebrated Easter.
One of the first things we did when we arrived at my parent's was an Easter egg hunt for the kids.
She runs around and laughs all about it.
Excited at every egg she spotted.
She also helped her brother out when she knew he couldn't see an egg because of his color blindness. "Pierce there is a green one in this shrub let me get it for you because you'll NEVER see it."
He's so in the "tween" stage of life.
Finding money in an egg didn't hurt at all.
At least I still have one left who doesn't think she's too big yet. :(
Of course the grand baby landed a picture on the table.
We got all gussied up and went to our old home church Easter morning
Then Hope obliged me in a little picture time
She was in an extra good mood since we were getting close to celebrating her birthday with the fam.
Mom cooks, we stand around and wait to pounce.
Like literally just watching and waiting...
Hope was so happy to help him on his own little egg hunt.
Sometimes his little two year old eyes just skipped over the eggs, because hello he's two.
Honestly, it's just the sweetest.
He's a mess and I just love it.
As you can see Lyla was just thrilled with it all.
Have you noticed all the outfit changes? Pretty sure it was a four-outfit-change-day.
IT WAS FINALLY TIME TO OPEN GIFTS.
Lined up again...
Chaos usually ensues
But it's always fun to see what everyone gets.
Lyla even perked up to par-tay.
Jo, Paul, and Hope all don't have birthdays until later this month but this officially began the festivities.
Soon to be 9. Gah.
I really do love my April people.