I am finally updating my blog with Easter pics. Trying to be hilariously funny or insightful isn't seeming to work, so I am just giving you the bare facts. Maybe next time I'll be more humorous. Part of my problem is that I need to learn how to download the pictures off the camera. I have to wait for my lovely husband to do it, and he has better things to do.
Everyone hunting eggs
Grace knew exactly what to do!
Micah and Erica hid the eggs for the kids. It was bitter cold outside and we were really in a hurry, so I didn't put anything in the eggs. Big mistake! Brady had never hunted eggs, but he was really disappointed that there was nothing in the eggs. He opened every one, and had this look of disgust when there was nothing inside. He started putting rocks in his basket instead. BOYS!
Easter lunch, which was delicious! Notice my mom's Easter table cloth, candles, serving dishes, and even Jell-O eggs, which are a tradition. When you try to eat them, they slide off your plate, but the kids love them!
Uncle Micah and soon to be Aunt Erica
Dianna and her precious kids- Easter 2008
Brady didn't care for his rabbit ears as much as sister, nor did he like his Peeps.
Brady was checking out his basket of goodies (mostly from the $1.00 section at Target). Daddy even sent a card since he was at home in Texas.
Getting a good picture is always hard, but at least they are looking in the same direction
Easter Sunday at my parent's church! He is Risen Indeed! It is so neat to teach your children about why Christ came, and the best part about it is when they begin to understand. We read the events of Christ's last week, and Grace had Resurrection Eggs that she made at school. She could tell everyone in great detail what each egg represented. It is so hard as parents to try and teach your children everything they should know, and you just pray for the day when they will accept Him as their Savior.