Monday, April 21, 2014

Easter

Another holiday has come and gone. Just like that. Blink and you may miss it.

There were colored eggs.
There were Easter baskets.
There were clean kids in church clothes.
There was even an Easter egg hunt.
There was also a wonderful brunch with my side of the family and a fabulous 77 degree day at the in-laws. It was a near perfect day. 

I hope you and your families had a very lovely Easter and a wonderful weekend.


9 comments:

Bijoux said...

Wasn't the weather fabulous? It was nice to see kids being able to Easter egg hunt outdoors, for once!

Elaine Alguire said...

Looks like it was a great day! Happy Easter!

betty said...

I love the picture of the children and the dog posing with their Easter baskets; great picture of them and even the dog cooperated! Looked like a beautiful wonderful day celebrating Jesus' resurrection; even the weather cooperated!

betty

Tabor said...

I swear this almost looks like you are living in Stepford...except for those lovely energetic smiles.

Cyndy @ Back in the Bush said...

It certainly looks perfect! The colors of your eggs are SO vibrant.
Enjoy these holidays while they are so young! (I know, you know that!)

AiringMyDirtyLaundry said...

Looks like fun!

It rained on Easter here.

Kat said...

Cyndy- The eggs were AWESOME this year because we used brown eggs. The colors were amazing. So pretty. :)

Hilary said...

Looks like perfect memories in the making.

Riahli said...

Beautiful! Your kids are incredibly cute!

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