Here are the girls' baskets loaded up (and overflowing) I may have to look for larger baskets for next year - just don't tell Robert.
Reagan loves her new straw cup and has successfully splattered me with her orange juice when she opens it. Any ideas on how to avoid that in the future?
That would be my hand showing Reagan that she got a canister full of jelly beans. She is a huge fan (thanks, Mimi and Papa!)
Lindsey's turn to look at her basket. She went for the cards first. One from Mimi and Papa and one from our good friends, Caleb and Ashley.
Both girls had new jellies in their baskets. Lindsey loves jellies and has worn them each day already.
Now for the dress pictures. Lindsey wanted to curtsy and this is how the picture turned out. I never knew there was a special way to hold you tongue and mouth while curtsy-ing.
Reagan was not happy with me at all. But, being a mom, ignored that fact and tried to get a picture. Didn't work.
We were actually able to go across the street from our church building for the egg hunt. It has been a couple of years since that has happened due to rain or cold. But Sunday was beautiful (except for the wind). Here is Lindsey with her friends, Morgan, Piper and Finn (and Mabry, Piper and Finn's cousin).
There you have it. That was our Easter. But before you close this window I wanted to tell you a sweet story about Lindsey. She and I pray together each night before bed. This past week as I was finishing the prayer one night, I said, "and thank you for your Son dying on the cross for our sins. In His name, Amen." She then said, "that was good for you to say that this week since we celebrate Jesus during Easter." I just thought it was nice to know that Lindsey pays attention and is learning about our Savior. With that I'll tell you good bye!