Before the kids were allowed to look through their Easter baskets, we made breakfast; omelets (we always have a lot of eggs!), sausage, cinnamon rolls and juice.
Forrest's basket included a new puzzle
but he was more interested in the treats.
Henry was gifted a whoopie cushion.
Princess Lottie was thrilled with her lip gloss and nail polish.
She really loves to feel "pretty."
As for Eliza, she received a portable lap desk so she can color
in the car. (Hint... there may be a road trip in our near future)
All of these fun things were soon upstaged by the bunnies.
Pipsy gave birth to six bunnies on March 18th.
They are (finally) adorable.
Henry connects with animals.
He feels great pride in caring for them and helping others to enjoy them.
Forrest's reaction reached insane levels of cuteness. I thought I might explode.
Forrest "helping" the bunny eat a carrot.
Andrew may appear to be more collected
but he is equally enthused about these bunnies.
This photo is out of place, but I took a picture of Lottie and Henry that morning as they were patiently waiting for the rest of the family to wake up.
I love that they were holding hands.
Saturday afternoon, the kids dyed Easter eggs. The fact that this happened during
Forrest's naptime was not an oversight. It was strategically planned.
Sorry Forrest. We love you!
Later that afternoon we went to Salt Lake where we enjoyed a fabulous dinner with the Flegal family. Uncle Mike flew in for the day from Arizona and Michael and Johanna also joined us. Nanna Teresa planned a very fun Easter egg hunt for kids and Uncle Brent made the best chocolate pie I've ever had. It was such a great day.