Yep, it’s weeks after the fact, but here I am posting about Easter. This year’s Easter crept up on us very quickly, so I lovingly hit the Target $1 bins on my way home from work the day before. I have to keep my mom-fail street cred and wait ‘til the last minute for everything.
Anyway, regardless of my tardiness, we decided to have Easter one day early since I’d planned on heading to my mom’s that weekend and would be knee-deep in organizing my old bedroom into a kid-friendly play room. My mom’s house is slowly looking like an episode of Hoarders with all of the kids’ toys cluttering up every nook and cranny. So, that’s how I spent my actual Easter Sunday – re-organizing a bedroom.
I spent my Saturday morning before Easter watching my kids enjoy the little gifts that the Easter bunny brought them. Even though it was a day early, they didn’t know, and they certainly didn’t care. Once Anna saw her basket, everything else melted away. I’m also proud to say that not a single candy bar or chocolate bunny made it into this year’s basket. Actually, I’m not proud to say that, I’m sad to say that. I didn’t get to finish off their candy this year!
Here are some pics of the basket unveiling:
Anna obviously approves.
These puffs are serious business, yo.
The kid has to taste EVERYTHING. Even chairs.
The king of side-eyes. Just like his sister.
As expected, he cared more about his sister’s loot than his own. I guess outlet plugs and puffs just aren’t cool anymore.
I hope you and yours had a fabulous Easter with lots of egg dyeing and BBQ!