Even though we were watching church on TV this Sunday, I told the kids “You have to dress up at least a little bit. It’s Easter!”
Erik wore his spider man shoes for the occasion.
This is my lone photo of our candy hunt (you blink, and it’s over).
and then Mary sets up a candy trade shop
“You can trade one bunny for two Betsies.” Betsy is our yellow chick– she’s now become a currency symbol.
Mary cheered for the little blue beach cruiser.
our traditional chocolate bunny cake
my view of General Conference
Happy Easter to all!
i’m in love with your traditional chocolate bunny cake. that sounds like a much better tradition than, say, ham?!
and it’s lovely to see you on the other side of the camera.
Happy Easter, Beautiful Mama!
I love the chocolate bunny cake and your Easter banner! Where did you find that? 😀
I like Gabe’s Vibram 5 fingers. Born to run, Born to run!
I love it when you let us see your beautiful, radiant self on your blog. I also love that you are raising chocolate connoiseurs in your home. 🙂
A picture of YOU! That is rare. Thank you for sharing your Easter traditions — your tissue flowers where so whimsical and your bunny cake looks perfect!
Happy Easter (belated!)
Ooops, those were Erik’s shoes, not Gabe’s! Sorry. I didn’t think they made 5 fingers for kids… yet! And btw, your Easter table was lovely.
What a perfect looking Easter celebration!!
I want a bite of your bunny.
And I want to see all of you. More pictures please.
They are the cutest bunch ever.
Darling pictures. I love your family.
New reader alert! I am not sure if I have commented before, it seems each time I come here I am uplifted and think it’s the first time I have read this amazing blog.
My goodness your home is absolutely beautiful! YOu have such a stunning family. The photos are incredible.
I am so glad people like you blog. Thank you! Happy Easter back!